Vote Q&A

The forced vote on the CEC’s offer presented on November 6th is open November 14th-16th.

Full-time and partial load faculty should have their voting PIN is in their college mailbox. You can access your email without having to go through the portal via webmail.flemingcollege.ca

The sender is: Voter Info
The subject line is: VOTING INSTRUCTIONS OLRB/INSTRUCTIONS DE VOTE CRTO

Once you have your 8 digit PIN you can vote online at: www.olrb-crto.isivote.com.

You can also vote by phone: 1-888-359-2308

Unlike our strike (paper ballot) vote, we aren’t sure how this electronic vote is being scrutinized to ensure no shenanigans occur.

If you haven’t voted yet, here are a few tips to help if you have to make a challenge:

  • Take a photo of your marked ballot
  • Take a screen shot of your marked ballot
  • Make a note of the time, date and your vote and any irregularities that may have occurred.

 


 

Q: What will the subject of the e-mail be?
A: VOTING INSTRUCTIONS OLRB/INSTRUCTIONS DE VOTE CRTO.  The sender is Voter Info.

Q: What if I have technical problems?
A: If you forget your password for your fleming email, you can use the password reset tool: https://passwordreset.flemingcollege.ca/.  You can also e-mail Fleming IT services for help accessing your Fleming email — ITsupport@flemingcollege.ca.   If you require assistance from the OLRB their contact number is: 1-888-281-8683 (November 14–15, 8am-8pm ET; November 16, 8am-10am ET).

Q: What if my password has expired?
A: If you forget your password for your fleming email, you can use the password reset tool: https://passwordreset.flemingcollege.ca/ .

Q: What if my mailbox is full?
A: E-mail quota limits were lifted prior to the voting e-mail being sent so it should not have ‘bounced’.

Q: What do I do if I do not receive an e-mail through my college e-mail address?
A: You can still vote.  Your vote will be segregated and the OLRB will make a final decision on the validity of your vote. If you believe that you are eligible to vote and do not receive an email on November 13, 2017 outlining how to vote and providing a personal identification number (PIN), you may contact the VOTER HELP CENTRE toll free at 1-888-281-8683 (November 14–15, 8am-8pm ET; November 16, 8am-10am ET).

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