It's federal election day across Canada Monday, and those who are just catching up with that news now - or have simply been dawdling - are understandably scrambling for information.

But calling 911 to find out where to vote and when?

Apparently that's a thing, at least in Laval.

Laval police announced Monday that its 911 call centre has received inquiries from people seeking voting information, and it has issued a plea to the public asking them to not do that.

As Laval police suggested in their tweet, Elections Canada's voter information site is the place for any last-minute information you need to get out there and do your civic duty.

You can also find all of CTV News's election coverage - including live results Monday night - here.