Polling stations are officially open for the 2019 federal election, however, some Canadians claim they don't have all the information required to make an informed decision. While advanced polls are open over the Thanksgiving long weekend, some federal election platforms haven't been released yet.\nConservative leader Andrew Scheer is planning to release his party's platform Friday afternoon, however, with advanced polling opening at 9 AM ET on Friday, October 11, Global News reports this platform will come six hours after Canadians start voting.\nJustin Trudeau was also quick to criticize this move from Scheer. This morning in Ottawa, Trudeau said "Now the Conservatives are finally saying that they might release a fully-costed platform later today."\nHe continued, "The reality is — and I think we all know it — you don’t release your best work at 6 o’clock on a Friday." However, despite the six-o-clock dig at Scheer, the Conservatives were actually expected to put out their platform at 3 PM ET today.\nWhile Trudeau is directly targetting Scheer, the Conservatives aren't the only party to release a platform late into the election period. Jagmeet Singh and the NDP originally released a platform back in June but just unveiled their fully costed platform this morning.\nTrudeau isn't the only one taking note of the lack of full platforms. Some Canadians have taken to Twitter to call out the Conservatives for their missing platforms.\nNDP just released their platform. The same day advance polls opened. This is so disingenuous it's unbelievable. How can we run the numbers and do research when we are literally standing in line at the polls?Better than CPC and #NoPlatformAndy but not good enough. #cdnpoli— Michel 🇨🇦 🇮🇩 (@wordgoldsmith) October 11, 2019\nWho in their right mind would vote for someone who hasn’t release their platform yet? Who would give a blank check to someone who lied about his job and education, who withheld information about his citizenship? Someone who compared CCP to a tax and gay unions to dog parts.— Franc Biss (@FrancBiss) October 11, 2019\nI call bullshit. How does anyone know where you stand Andy.... we haven't seen your platform and voting starts today.#NoPlatformAndy #ScheerDisaster #ChooseForward https://t.co/G8j7AP46BF— 🇨🇦 Canucks! #ChooseForward 🇨🇦 (@heatherclark55) October 11, 2019\nCanada: Mr Scheer, can we see your platform?Scheer: SNC!Canada: Your platform?Scheer: Blackface!Canada: Do you have a platform?Scheer: It’ll be released before the vote!Canada: We’re voting today. Is it ready?Scheer: Trudeau is hiding things! #elxn43 #cdnpoli— Stephen Punwasi (@StephenPunwasi) October 11, 2019\nAdvanced polling begins today. There’s no way in Hell I’m voting for a party that hasn’t made their priorities clear. #NoPlatformAndy— Lee McEllis (@leeamac) October 11, 2019\nOne concerned voter tweeted, "NDP just released their platform. The same day advance polls opened. This is so disingenuous it's unbelievable. How can we run the numbers and do research when we are literally standing in line at the polls?"\nIn response to a tweet from the Conservatives, another said, "Who in their right mind would vote for someone who hasn’t release their platform yet?"\nMany Canadians have also been using the hashtag "No Platform Andy" after Justin Trudeau tweeted it out last night.\nLooking for Andrew Scheer's platform? Us too... 🤔#noplatformandy #debatdeschefs2019— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) October 11, 2019\nIn his tweet, Trudeau said "Looking for Andrew Scheer's platform? Us too..." However, that wasn't the first time the tag #noplatformandy tag had been used, with some tweets going back as far as October 7.\nAdvanced polls are open in Canada on October 11 through to October 14, from 9 AM to 9 PM. The Conservative Party is expected to release its platform live on Youtube.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.