Each voting station is inspected for accessibility. We use Elections Canada’s accessibility standards. Accessibility information on specific locations will be available later.
Voter assist machines are available at Advance Vote stations. The machines let people vote privately and on your own. Voters can mark a ballot using:
- braille keypad,
- touch-screen ballot (text size and contrast can be adjusted),
- puff and sip,
- audio recording of ballot (headset used), or
Magnifying glasses are available in voting stations upon request.
- You can bring someone to a voting station to help you vote.
- You can ask an election worker to help you mark your ballot.
- You can do a curbside vote if you find it easier than leaving your vehicle.
- Helpers must be age 18 or older and must sign an oath.
Calgary Transit Access – Make a booking up to four days before with Calgary Transit Access.
Calgary Transit – Use Calgary Transit to go to a voting station during the Advance Vote or on Election Day. Receive two Transit tickets as you exit the voting station. One ticket covers the trip to the voting station. The second ticket covers the trip home.
Special voting options
Hospitals, care facilities and shelters will have on-site voting stations.
If you are physically unable to go to a voting station, request a mail-in ballot.