Where can I vote in Toronto’s municipal election?

It’s time for Torontonians to vote in the 2022 municipal election.

CTV News Toronto has taken out the guess work of tracking down your nearest polling station.

With these interactive maps, you can find all of the voting locations in your ward, the easiest way to get there, as well as any related accessibility information.

You can also learn more about the candidates on the ballot and the key issues facing the area by clicking on the links below. Not sure which ward you’re supposed to vote in? Click here.

Toronto Elections reminds voters they must cast in their ballots at their assigned voting locations. If you’re not sure where your assigned station is, you can head over to MyVote.

Polls open at 10 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. on Oct. 24. A full list of the city’s voting stations can be found on their website.

Ward 1 – Etobicoke North

Ward 2 – Etobicoke Centre

Ward 3 – Etobicoke-Lakeshore

Ward 4 – Parkdale-High Park

Ward 5 – York South-Weston

Ward 6 – York Centre

Ward 7 – Humber River-Black Creek

Ward 8 – Eglinton-Lawrence

Ward 9 – Davenport
Ward 10 – Spadina-Fort York

Ward 11 – University-Rosedale

Ward 12 – Toronto-St Paul’s

Ward 13 – Toronto Centre

Ward 14 – Toronto-Danforth

Ward 15 – Don Valley West

Ward 16 – Don Valley East

Ward 17 – Don Valley North

Ward 18 – Willowdale

Ward 19 – Beaches-East York

Ward 20 – Scarborough Southwest

Ward 21 – Scarborough Centre

Ward 22 – Scarborough-Agincourt

Ward 23 – Scarborough North

Ward 24 – Scarborough-Guildwood

Ward 25 – Scarborough-Rouge Park

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