Municipal Election Day is Monday Oct 25.


They’re here! They’re here! Municipal Elections are here, Monday October 25!!!

* Why should I vote? What are municipal issues? *
Municipal issues include: streets (including bicycle and pedestrian
infrastructure), public libraries, parks, child care, housing, community
centres, community health centres, public transit, (tap) water, garbage collection and more!!!

* Am I eligible to vote? *
You can vote in the City of Toronto municipal election if you are:
– a 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
(More information can be found here)

* What if I’m not on the voters’ list? *
You can still vote!!! Simply go to your polling station and be sure to bring the
appropriate ID (one with a picture and signature and one with proof of Toronto address).
(A full list of acceptable IDs can be found here)

* Where do I vote? *
You must vote at the polling location closest to your place of residence. For your
polling location, visit the city website here)

* Who should I vote for? *
Well, we can’t really decide that for you. Be sure to check out the candidates for Mayor,
Councillor and School Board Trustee. There are many groups and websites dedicated to
“grading” candidates and releasing “report cards” on particular issues. Below is a list
of such websites. There are many more issues out there too; this list is not exhaustive.

Arts (by Arts Vote Toronto)

-Public Transit (by Public Transit Coalition)

– Cycling Infrastructure and Bikes (by Toronto Cyclists’ Union):

– Environment (by Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA)):

– Labour Issues (by Toronto and York Region Labour Council):

If you still have questions about voting, please do not hesitate to call the city at 311 (free info line).