Election day in Toronto is October 25. You’ll be voting not only for mayor, but also for your City Councillor and School Trustee.
The City of Toronto has created a great site with all the information you need. Visit Toronto Votes for all of your election information needs.
Who can vote?
You can vote in the City of Toronto municipal election if you are:
- Canadian citizen, and
- at least 18 years old, and
- a resident of the City of Toronto, or
- a non-resident owner or tenant of land in the City of Toronto or their spouse, and
- not prohibited from voting under any law.
Some specific sections/information you might want to review:
- Figure out what ward you live in.
- Find out who is running for City Councillor in your area.
- Find out who is running for School Trustee in your area.
- Figure out where you can vote.
Can I vote?
If you are eligible to vote and have missed the October 15 deadline to be added to the voters’ list, you can still vote. Simply show up to your voting place with acceptable identification and you can be added to the list when you go to vote.
Examples of acceptable identification (PDF 569 Kb).
Really, if you’re not on the voters list, all you need is a driver’s license with your current address.
And, just in case you fall into the category of “still conflicted/dismayed/undecided when it comes to the Mayor’s race” or other races, CBC’s Metro Morning will be taking calls on tomorrow’s show. So, listen in, or call with your questions/comments!