Saskatoon's returning officer is expecting a busy election day, so more election workers have been hired and trained.
That's because there was such an increase of voters exercising their right to vote in the advance polls.
Catherine Folkersen says the one thing different from the provincial and federal elections is no voters' list.
You must have proof of identity and where you live.
Most people use their driver's licence, which has both plus photo identification, but if you don't have one, you can use 2 pieces of I.D. with at least one of them having both your name and address on it.
For example, Folkersen lists a utility bill, a blank cheque or a credit card statement as having both name and address.
You can use your passport as I.D., but only if you also have a separate piece of identification with name and address, because your passport doesn't include an address.