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Election signs for the federal election on Monday, October 19, 2015 may begin going up on the day the writ is dropped.
Candidates wishing to place signs on allowable public property must complete the Election Sign Deposit form, pay a $250 sign deposit by cash, certified cheque or money order (payable to Treasurer, City of Toronto) and submit the form and money to Election Services at City Hall or 89 Northline Road, Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, excluding statutory holidays.
The Province is now reviewing the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 to evaluate the effectiveness of rules about Ranked Ballots, Campaign Finance, Third Party Advertising, Accessibility and Enforcement and is seeking feedback from the public.
A discussion guide has been posted online to guide the public consultations.The deadline to comment is July 27, 2015.
All candidates who ran for office in the 2014 municipal election must submit a primary financial statement by March 27, 2015.
Financial Statements and Auditor's Reports (Form 4) that have been submitted can be viewed here .
If an eligible elector believes, on reasonable grounds, a candidate that has contravened the rules of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 (the Act) relating to election campaign finances, he or she can request a compliance audit of the candidate's finances.
For more information and to download a compliance audit application, click here.
Find complete details about contributions and the contribution rebate program including: Application rules and procedure, timing, rebate payment schedule and formula for calculating rebates.
The Municipal Elections Act, 1996, requires the Clerk to submit within 90 days after voting day in a regular election a report to council about the identification, removal, and prevention of barriers that affect electors and candidates with disabilities.
The 2014 Municipal Election Report on Accessibility identifies the various initiatives undertaken by the City Clerk's Office for the 2014 Municipal Election, as well as the outcomes and recommendations for future elections.
View the Accessibility Plan and 2014 Municipal Election Report on Accessibility here.
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