Fun fact though - Under the Canada Elections Act, building managers must allow candidates into apartment style condos and strata buildings to canvass between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. during the writ period or risk a fine of up to $5,000, imprisonment for up to six months or both. So yes, that happy smiley person hoping to get your vote is legally entitled to be there.
The Globe had a great article this weekend about surprises found by candidates door knocking in strata heaven- Vancouver. Let's just say that nudity is a pretty common thing to encounter....
Interestingly enough, one of the biggest challenges faced by candidates is one of my favorite security features. In buildings with keyless entry, it's common for the fob to only be able to "unlock" the elevator for a certain floor. That way a sympathetic resident may let the candidate in but they will only be restricted to one floor of the building.
Whatever your affiliation people, go vote!