How to Vote

Voting in Municipal Elections.


Voting day is October 22, 2018!

In Ontario Municipal Elections voters may vote in any municipality where they live, study, own or rent property, or are the spouse of a property owner or renter.  However, they may only vote for one ward within that municipality. That ward is the area in which the voter lives, owns, or rents property.

Before You Vote.

Make sure you are on the Voters’ List for your municipality. The voters’ list is used to identify all people eligible to vote in a given region, and provide that information to elections officials at polling stations. This list is maintained by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) and adding your name to the voters’ list can be done online until September 1, 2018. After that date, the voters’ list becomes official. Check online or add your name to the list with MPAC at Contact MPAC at 1-866-296-6722 or TTY 1-877-889-6722

Missed the Deadline?

No problem! Just head to the Brampton City Clerk’s Office to make any changes. You will have until the close of voting on October 22 to be added to the list.

What Do You Need to Vote?

You will need identification that matches your name as it appears on the voters’ list. This ID must show your name and address, though photo ID is not required. An Ontario driver’s license, Health Card, or piece of mail will be enough.

Visit for a list of acceptable documents.

See you in October!

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