Millions of Ontarians will head to the polls today to elect the next provincial government.
Elections Ontario says all the information you need to cast a ballot is on your voter information card, which you should have received in the mail.
Simply take the card and a piece of identification that has your name to the polling station listed on the card and you can vote.
If you did not receive a voter information card, you can still vote.
It says bring one piece of identification that has your name and current home address to a polling station.
Just last week, Canada Post admitted a processing problem resulted in a delay of roughly 500,000 voter information cards being sent out.
For more information, visit the Elections Ontario website.