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Are you registered to vote?

Plenty of ways to sign up on line, by phone or in person, be sure to take the time
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Workers have been registering people for the Oct. 19 federal election. There are plenty of ways to get registered, in person, online or by phone.

It's not to late to register to vote.

For those who have not registered to vote or made revisions, workers were out in full force this week signing people up.

In the riding of Coquitlam-Port Coquitlam, for example, voter registration booths were set up at Walmart, and will be there from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. through to this Saturday.

As well, voter registration tables were to be set up at Glen Pine Pavilion on Thursday, Oct. 1, and at Coquitlam Centre from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 3.

But voters can also register online at or by phone at 1-800-463-6868.

There are three options to prove your identity and address:

• Show either your driver's license, your provincial or territorial ID card or any other government card with your photo, name and current address.

• Show two pieces of ID, and one must have your current address (for example, a bank statement and a birth certificate, health card or Canadian passport.)

• Show two pieces of ID with you name and have someone who knows you to attest to your address. This person must show proof of identity and address, be registered in the same polling division, and attest for only one person.

Voters who have already registered should watch for a voter registration card in the mail.