SD&G – It’s municipal Election Day across SD&G.
Voters will be going to the polls starting at 10 a.m. The polls will be open until 8 p.m.
There are 10 polling stations across the City of Cornwall. Here are the locations:
- Viscount Alexander Public School (Gym) – 1401 Dover Road
- Eastcourt Mall (former Reitman’s and Hakim stores) – 1380 Second Street East
- La Citadelle High School (Main Gym) – 510 McConnell Ave. (McConnell Avenue Entrance)
- City Hall – 360 Pitt St.
- Cornwall Square (First Level) – 1 Water St. E.
- Benson Centre – 800 Seventh St. W.
- Héritage Secondary School (Gym) – 1111 Montreal Road (east entrance)
- General Vanier School (Gym) – 1500 Cumberland Street (north entrance)
- Eamer’s Corners Public School (Gym) – 2258 Pitt Street
- Rose des Vents Elementary School – 1650, Second Street East
In order to vote you’ll need a piece of identification and your voter card (if you have it).
In South Stormont, voters will be going online or on the telephone to cast their votes. All the information on how do make your choices is in the Voter Information Letter you would have received in the mail. You can also vote on the internet or paper ballot at the following locations:
- South Stormont Town Hall – 2 Mille Roches Rd. Long Sault
- South Stormont Seniors’ Support Centre – 34 Memorial Square, Ingleside
- Newington Fire Hall – 3931 County Rd. 12, Newington
- St. Andrews West Fire Hall – 5201 Highway 138, St. Andrews West
In South Dundas, residents will vote by telephone, internet or paper ballot. There is one polling station in the municipality for paper ballots on the third floor of the South Dundas Municipal Center in Morrisburg.
North Dundas residents have been logging on or picking up the phone to vote. The election there has been open since Oct. 22 and will close at 8 p.m. If you need internet access the Voter Help Center at the North Dundas township office is open until 8 p.m. and county library locations are also access points for internet.
In North Stormont in North Glengarry, voting is only by internet or telephone and all the instructions are on the Voter Information Letter. Like North Dundas, voting has been going on in the two townships since Oct. 22 and will close at 8 p.m. You can also access internet through the local library locations or township office.
In South Glengarry, voting is by telephone and internet only. You can also go to the Voter Help Center at 6 Oak Street in Lancaster from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m.