Voting Day is Tuesday October 1, 2019

You can check the Voters List to see if you are registered to vote, or to register online.  See the Elections NWT website for complete information on voting opportunities, voter identification, locations of voting places and more. 

Need a ride to the poll, or help understanding the special voting opportunities?  Call 920-2929 or 444-2929

Advance Polls:  Voting in the Office of the Returning Officer will take place during office hours between September 7 and September 29, 2019.  Go to the Office of the Returning Officer for Frame Lake in the lower level of the Centre Square Mall opposite the library entrances.

Online Voting: You can vote on-line by registering through the Elections NWT website.   The process to register for online voting is included as part of the absentee voter registration.

Absentee Ballots:  If a registered elector is unable to attend any ordinary or advance polls, they can apply for an absentee ballot. The absentee ballot application period for the 2019 Territorial General Election begins on August 19 and closes on September 21.  You must apply for an absentee ballot using the Absentee Ballot Application on the Elections NWT website.

Mobile Polls:  Mobile polls are available to electors who may have difficulty attending a poll.  Mobile Polls are administered between September 24 and 27, 2019.  Application for a mobile poll may be made with the Returning Officer in your electoral district.

Frame Lake Returning Office Hours:  Monday to Friday September 9 to 30:  10 am to 1 pm / 4 to 6 pm

Saturday September 7, 14, 21, 28:  10 am to 2 pm

October 1, 2019 Election Day:  9 am to 8 pm

Frame Lake Returning Officer: Mona Durkee  Phone: 867-669-6789


Address: Centre Square Mall, 5022 49th Street, Yellowknife NT X1A 3R8

Information summarized from Elections NWT, subject to change.  Please verify with Elections NWT at:

(867) 767-9100   1-844-767-9100 (toll-free)   Office Hours:  Monday to Friday  8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Here is a map of the Frame Lake Constituency.

The Frame Lake Constituency was created in 1991 within the boundaries in this map.  Frame Lake has been represented by the MLAs:

Charles Dent  1991-2007

Wendy Bisaro  2007-2015

Kevin O’Reilly  2015-present

The boundaries were adjusted to their current form in 2007, placing Williams Avenue, Bigelow Crescent and Beck Court in the Kam Lake Constituency.