Federal Election 2021

Last updated: August 25, 2021

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has asked Governor General Mary Simon to dissolve the 43rd Parliament and draw up the 338 writs of election for the 44th Federal Election of Canada.

Election day will be held on Sept. 20, 2021. The federal election will be 36 days in length, the shortest possible permitted under elections law. Canadians may expect at least five weeks of campaigning, with federal party leaders crisscrossing the country and promoting themselves, their candidates, and their platforms, under ongoing COVID-19 public health restrictions.

(Note: The Elections Canada page has all the following on its main page)

How to register to vote

Ways to vote

Canadians abroad

Health and safety measures

List of Federal Parties & Links

Party Platforms in Brief

Parties’ websites
Liberal Party of Canada Parti libéral du Canada
New Democratic Party Nouveau Parti démocratique
Conservative Party of Canada Parti conservateur du Canada
Bloc Québécois
Green Party of Canada

Richmond Ridings & boundaries map and description

Richmond Centre
Richmond East Steveston

Forthcoming Information for Richmond