You can use this system to register to vote in Nunavut or update your voter registration.
Before continuing to the secure Voter Registration Portal to register, here is what you need to know:
- To be included on the voters list, you must be at least 18 years of age on election day, a Canadian citizen, and a resident of Nunavut for at least 12 months prior election day.
- To lookup your registration or register: You will need to supply your legal name, (even if you go by your middle name use your legal first name as it appears on your Government ID or Passport), current civic address (this is your house or apartment address, not your mailing address) and date of birth. If you have moved, changed your name, or need to correct your civic address (primary residence) continue with registration.
- Updating your information, after you have confirmed you are registered
You will be able to update your information, this includes your address and any other corrections.
- Identification is required to register or update your information
To be registered to vote, you must provide a copy of identification which shows your name, current address and signature. You can learn about the different types of ID we accept here.
Once your information is verified at Elections Nunavut you will be added to the voters list. You can check your status online to confirm your registration within a reasonable time to process. Be sure that current ID reflects the new residential address to verify change in address and name changes.
The information in this form is collected under the authority of the Nunavut Elections Act. The information will only be used for elections, by-elections and plebiscites.
Questions can be directed to: Chief Privacy Officer, Elections Nunavut: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-267-4394.
If you are unable to use the online voter registration service, Elections Nunavut also provides voter registration service in person and by phone, email and fax with proper identification. During an election, voters can also register at their local election office or at the voting place.