Municipal Election: Voting Resources
The Municipal Election is on Monday, October 24, 2022
- September 1 to 23, 2022: Eligible Electors can request a Vote by Mail package
- October 21, 2022 @4:30pm: Deadline for an individual, corporation, or trade union to file a notice of registration as a third party advertiser.
- October 24, 2022: Voting Day
Hamilton voters will elect these offices:
- 15 City Councillors
- 11English Public School Board Trustees
- 9 English Catholic School Board Trustees
- 1 French Public School Board Trustee
- 1 French Catholic School Board Trustee
Burlington voters will elect these offices:
- 6 Members of Burlington City Council
- Chair of Halton Region
- Trustees for the Halton Catholic District School Board and the Halton District School Board
Haldimand County voters will elect these offices:
- 6 Members of Haldimand County Council
- Trustees for the Grand Erie District School Board
Niagara North voters will elect these offices:
- 8 Councillors
- 1 Regional Councillor
- 4 Trustees for the District School Board of Niagara
- Regional Councillor
- Councillors (two to be elected in each of the three (3) wards)
- School Board Trustees:
- English Public and English Catholic
- French Public and French Catholic
- The Town is divided into three geographic wards (see the Ward and Polling Subdivision Map) and eligible electors in each of those wards elect two candidates to sit as Members of Council to represent their ward, as well as the greater interests of the Corporation of the Township of West Lincoln.
Register to vote in the 2022 Municipal Election at voterlookup.ca
Information for voters
You need to be on the voter’s list to vote in a municipal council or school board election.
Find out if you’re on the list to vote for municipal council and school board elections at voterlookup.ca.
You can add yourself, confirm or update your personal information, change your school support for the purpose of elections and add other electors under your address.
You are required to show identification to vote. If your name is on the voters’ list, you will be required to show one piece of identification that has your name and address. Your photo or signature is not required. See the list of acceptable documents for voter identification.
Contact your municipal clerk for information about whether your municipality is offering alternative voting methods such as vote by mail or internet voting.