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Election Day

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When Can I Vote?

  • Voting on Election Day runs from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Where Can I Vote?

  • You are required to vote in your own ward and at your specific polling location on Election Day
  • To see a break down of wards and polling locations, click here.
  • Once you have determined your polling number see your voting location by clicking here
  • Note: Voting locations are also available on individual Voter Notification Cards

What Do I Need to Bring to Vote?

  • If you received a Voter Notification Card in the mail, bring the card plus a piece of ID
  • If you did not receive a Voter Notification Card, bring two pieces of ID, with one that shows your qualifying address. Examples of acceptable ID include a driver's license, utility bill (with qualifying address), tax bill, age of majority card, passport (for photo only), health card etc.
  • A brief form may be required to be completed when you arrive, to add you to the Voters List
  • If there is an error on your Voters Card you can modify or update the list at your Polling Location

Election Results

Beginning at 8 p.m. on October 22, 2018, residents are invited to follow the unofficial Municipal Election results on the Town’s website here.

Unofficial results for the races of Mayor, Ward Councillors, and School Board Trustees will be posted online as each polling station returns results to the Election Auditor. There are a total of 48 polls, including advance votes, which will be counted once polls close on Election Night.

All results will be unofficial until certified by the Town Clerk in his capacity as Municipal Election Returning Officer.

The Civic Centre will be open to the public and media throughout the evening for viewing of Elections Results in Council Chambers.

In the event the Town’s website becomes unavailable, unofficial election results will be updated on the Town’s Facebook and Twitter pages. These pages will be used as a secondary resource only, and results will not be updated on social media if the website remains available.


A dedicated Election Night Customer Service line will remain open until approximately 8:30 p.m. on Election Night.

If you have an Election related question please call 905-478-4283 ext. 1231. If you have an emergency related to roads, water, parks or trails please contact our regular after hours Call Centre at 905-478-4282.