Polling Stations & Mail-In for Strike Vote

Vote YES on 14 September 2017

Polling Stations 14 September



Polling Station Hours

King Campus
13990 Dufferin St., King City

Boardroom A

10 am – 4 pm

Markham Campus
8 The Seneca Way, Markham

Main lobby

10 am – 4 pm

Newnham Campus
1750 Finch Ave. E., North York

D Bldg;
opposite fashion boutique

10 am – 4 pm

Peterborough Campus
925 Airport Rd #580, Peterborough

2nd Floor boardroom
near faculty area

11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Seneca at York Campus
70 The Pond Rd., North York

In front of library (SEQ building)

10 am – 4 pm

Jane Campus
21 Beverly Hills Dr, North York

Outside the mailroom

1 pm – 2 pm


Mail-In Voting

[ n.b. votes cast this way will only be counted if mathematically they could change the outcome of the vote. ]

If you are unable to vote at one of our regular polling stations on September 14, 2017 the Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB) has a process in place to permit mail-in voting.

Once you indicate to your local, prior to September 14, that you are unable at attend a polling station, the local will send you a ballot in interoffice mail or Canada Post.

At this point your name will be removed from the voter list and you will not be able to vote in person.

It will consist of 3 envelopes and a ballot.

  1. Blank envelope – you will mark your ballot and seal it in the unmarked envelope.
  2. Envelope with your name, campus and college. – You will put the sealed blank envelope into this envelope.
  3. This envelope will be addressed to the OLRB – you will put envelope #2 into this envelope, stamp it and put it into Canada Post mail.

The returned envelope must reach the OLRB on or before September 21, 2017 – or it will not be counted.

The envelope will be only be opened and counted ( with representatives of management and union ) if mathematically all of segregated votes could possibly change the outcome of the vote.

Please let us know if you want a package mailed and where to mail it, by contacting Barb.