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As a voter in Canada, you can cast your vote in federal, provincial, and territorial elections.

This includes electing members of parliament, senators, members of provincial/territorial legislatures, and local officials. You may also have the opportunity to vote on referendums and initiatives, depending on your province or territory.

If you are 18 years old or older, you are eligible to vote in federal, provincial, and territorial elections in Canada. However, you must be a Canadian citizen and meet certain residency requirements. To register to vote, you can visit the Elections Canada website or contact your local elections office.

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