The polls on Monday, Oct. 16 run from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Your polling station will be determined based on where you live.

People living in North Drumheller and Midland have a voting station at Midland Hall.

Residents of Nacmine and Newcastle are asked to vote at their respective community halls.

Rosedale, Cambria and Wayne residents have a polling station at the Rosedale Community Hall, and East Coulee and Lehigh Residents will head to the East Coulee Community Hall to cast their vote.

Residents of Drumheller who live south of highway 10 and east of 9 Street W. will head to the Church of the Nazerene, while residents who live north of highway 10 and east of 9 Street W. will vote at the Badlands Community Facility.

In order to vote, residents must provide documentation proving their name and address. To be eligible to vote, residents must be at least 18 years old, be a Canadian citizen, have lived in Alberta for six consecutive months preceding Oct. 16 and be a resident of Drumheller.

Download: Information on advance polls and voting stations

Electors must vote at the assigned voting station for the voting subdivision in which the elector’s place of residence is located on Election Day, unless they are entitled to vote in the advance vote or the institutional vote.

More information can be found below.

 

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