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A how-to for young voters

There's a lot of info online that can make voting less complicated

There’s a lot to do and prepare for if you want to cast a ballot in the federal election.

But websites, like the one for Elections Canada, have a lot of information to try and make the process easier.

The Ottawa Citizen put together a handy how-to for students and first time voters, answering questions about the basics of voting, whether or not you’ll have to register, how to register and how to find your electoral district (also known as a riding).

For more information check out elections.ca.

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