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Voter Information

The next municipal election is on Monday Oct. 22, 2018.

Why vote?

It doesn’t matter if you have children in the school system or not – everyone is affected by education. Schools are part of our communities and our tax dollars support education. Schools are places of knowledge, creativity and support for all students. By voting, you are deciding who will make up the Board of your local school board. The Board of Trustees are the people who make decisions on school board policy, budget decisions and support education in your community.  

Anyone can vote in a municipal election who, on the day of the election, is:

Voters’ List

2018 Voter Lookup Button 1Your name must be on the voters’ list in order for you to cast a ballot. 

For an easy and efficient way to confirm if you are on the list to vote for the upcoming municipal and school board elections, visit voterlookup.ca

The voters’ list is prepared in several steps:

Identification on Voting Day

When you arrive at the voting place, you must show identification to prove that you are the person whose name appears on the voters’ list. The identification must show your name and address. Photo identification is not required.

There are many documents that can be used to show your name and address, including:

Information courtesy of the Association of Municipalities Ontario and the Ministry of Municipal Affairs