Voting options should have been made clearer on voter cards

“I always vote, then I feel no constraints when critizing, whining, complaining or generally carping or grousing”

To the Expositor:

On September 22, 2015, out of idle curiosity, I went into the Elections Canada office on Worthington Street to ask of the recreation centre was the only place to vote. I was greeted with enthusiasm and told I could vote right there and at that very moment. Fortunately, I had taken my voter registration card with me, so I did the merry deed. Since the complex was the only place on the card to vote, though, it made me wonder how many other elderly people will unnecessarily arrange a ride when they could just vote at the Rolston building. Or possible not vote at all. I always vote. Then I feel no constraints when criticizing, whining, complaining or generally carping or grousing about government policies. (And don’t we all grouse?) But I think officials should have made the voting option clear.


Pat Loosemore

Little Current

EDITOR’S NOTE: As Ms. Loosemore points out, this useful Elections Canada Office is located on Worthington Street, across from the side of the Anchor Inn in the building previously occupied Rolston Real Estate. The hours to vote are Monday to Friday, 9 am to 9 pm; Saturdays, 9 am to 6 pm; and Sundays, noon to 4 pm. This Elections Canada poll is open until Tuesday, October 13. Election Day is Monday, October 19.