Toronto's municipal election is on October 27, but between Oct. 14 and Oct. 19 Toronto residents can cast their ballots in advance polling.
Voters will be tasked with choosing a mayor, councillor and school board trustee.
There are more than 350 candidates vying for one of the 44 council seats in the Toronto election.
Click here to find out who's running in your ward. Click the "where do I vote" tab to find out where the advance poll in your area is located. Advance polls will be set up in each ward from 10am to 7pm.
You can also drop by Toronto city hall between Tuesday and Friday to cast your vote.
Toronto residents, or those who own or rent property, or have a spouse who owns or rents or property in Toronto are eligible to vote.
Voters are asked to bring their voting cards with them. But if you don't have a voting card, bring a form of ID and proof of address.