Elections

Voters

Find everything you need for voting in Toronto's municipal election. From voter qualifications and identification to getting on the the voters' list, the voting equipment that we use and making contributions.

Are you a student or an elector that is away during the election?  Need information in another language or help at a voting place? Check out Special Services for Voters.

Information is relevant to the 2014 municipal election. 

The next General Election is Monday, October 22, 2018

 

2014 Voters’ Guide

2014 Voters’ Guide for Ontario Municipal and School Board Elections

The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing has provided a voters' guide for the 2014 municipal election.  

Voter Topics

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Key Election Information 2014

A key election information brochure was sent to every household in Toronto. The brochure's information is available in 24 languages. 

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Who Can Vote

Find out who is eligible to vote in Toronto's municipal election 

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Identification

Identification requirements for the 2014 municipal election

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Special Services for Voters

Special services for voters includes: Appointing a Proxy for electors who will be away, information for students, translated materials, ballot transfers, assistance in the voting place and accessibility information.

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Accessible Voting Equipment

Information about our accessible voting equipment and how to transfer your ballot to a voting place with a Voter Assist Terminal (VAT).

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Voting Places

List of Voting Places by ward for the 2014 Municipal Election. 

Voter Resources

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Election Videos

These videos to help understand the election process and accessible voting equipment.

 

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Becoming a Candidate

Are you interested in becoming a candidate in Toronto's municipal election? The link will provide you with information you need to know on filing a nomination, qualifications and the roles of a council member or school trustee.

Accessibility Tools

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BrowseAloud

BrowseAloud is a free tool which is designed to help read web pages. It makes websites accessible to those that require online reading support by reading web content aloud. Find out more about BrowseAloud and download a free copy.