Municipal Elections

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1. Timmins Election 2022

2. Key Dates

3. Am I Eligible to Vote?

4. Voter's List

5. Ways to Vote

6. Who is Running

7. Ward Maps

8. Contact Us

 

Timmins Election 2022

Timmins’ 2022 municipal election is taking place on October 24, 2022. The Clerk's Department is responsible for the coordination and management of the Municipal Elections. In accordance with the Municipal Elections Act, every four years the City Clerk as Returning Officer, conducts elections for the offices of: Mayor, Councillors, and trustees on the following School Boards: English Language Public, French Language Public, English Language Separate, and French Language Separate.

 

Key Dates

Nomination period begins May 02, 2022

Nomination Day - last day to submit or withdraw a nomination is August 19, 2022 by 2:00 p.m.

Nominations are certified on August 22, 2022 by 4:00 p.m.

Advanced Voting October 11 - October 24, 2022 (conducted through on-line voting)

On-line voting begins October 11, 2022

Voting Day - October 24, 2022

Deadline for candidates to file financial statements is March 31, 2023

 

Am I Eligible to Vote?

If you meet all of the following conditions, you are eligible to vote in the 2022 municipal election:

  • a Canadian citizen
  • at least 18 years old
  • a resident in the city of Timmins 
  • a non-resident of Timmins and you or your spouse own or rent property in the city
  • not otherwise prohibited under the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 or by law

You can only vote once in the municipal election. You must vote in the Ward that you are registered in as a voter on Election Day.

 

Voter's List of Electors

The Voters' List of Electors contains the names of all people eligible to vote in the 2022 municipal election. The list is provided to the City of Timmins by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC). If your name is on the list, you will receive a Voter Notification Card in the mail with a letter outlining your date to vote, including advanced polls, and polling station. Information from both the Federal and Provincial elections is different from the Municipal Voter's List.

IMPORTANT: If you have moved since the last municipal election in 2018 or are a new resident, you can have the current Voter's List reviewed to ensure you are on the list and that your information is correct. Electors should also ensure their school support is also properly stated, including whether they are an English or French school supporter.

 

This can be done in-person starting September 6, 2022 at the following locations:

Service Timmins, City Hall
220 Algonquin Blvd. E.
Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

Timmins Public Library
320 Second Ave., Timmins
During Library operating hours. Please contact 705-360-2623

C.M. Shields Public Library Branch
99 Bloor St., South Porcupine
During Library operating hours. Please contact 705-360-2600 ext. 8590

Timmins Museum and National Exhibition Centre
325 Second Ave., Timmins
During Museum operating hours. Please contact 705-360-2617

 

You can also contact Service Timmins by phone at 705-264-1331 to ensure you are on the Voter's List and make any corrections.

The City of Timmins will begin sending out all Voter Notification Cards in September 2022. Information will be posted prior to election day for those eligible voters who did not receive a Voter Notification Card.

Deadline for additions, corrections or deletions to the Voter's List is October 23, 2022.

 

Ways to Vote

Vote on-line: You will be able to vote on-line starting October 11, 2022. CLICK HERE to learn more.

Vote at your polling station: You can vote in person at your assigned polling station. Your polling station will be listed on the Voter Information Letter you will receive in the mail. If your address has changed since the last municipal election in 2018, you will need to have your information updated (see Voter's List of Elector's above). Bring your Voter Information Letter with you to vote.

You will need show one piece of identification that has your correct name and address in order to receive one ballot. Your Voter Notification Card is NOT a form identification. You will need to show a valid Ontario driver's licence, Ontario health card, mortgage or rental agreement for your current property, or any other acceptable form of identification listed here.

Voting by proxy: If you are unable to vote either on-line or on Election Day, you can select someone to vote on your behalf (a proxy). This person must be eligible to vote within the City of Timmins. More information on the proxy process, including where to get a proxy form, will be posted to our site at a later date.

See In Person Voting - Polling Stations for a complete list of polling stations and their locations.

 

Who is Running

The Municipal 2022 Election will elect candidates to the positions of:

Mayor
Ward Councillors
School Board Trustees

The candidate registration period for the 2022 Timmins Municipal Election is now closed.

On August 22, 2022, Timmins' City Clerk confirmed that the following persons are qualified and that their Nominations satisfy the requirements of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996. Such persons have met the criteria and filed all necessary papers, endorsement of nominations, declarations and paid the applicable fees. 

See the CERTIFIED list of candidates as signed by Timmins' City Clerk 

See the CERTIFIED list of candidates including contact information

Declaration of Acclamation to Office

Nomination forms filed with the City Clerk are considered public records under the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 and, until their destruction, may be inspected by any person at the Clerk's Office during regular business hours. Personal information collected on the nomination form is obtained under the authority of sections 33 and 95 of the Municipal Elections Act,1996. Under section 88 of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996.

 

Ward Maps

There are 5 wards in the City of Timmins. You will vote for the councillor in the ward in which you reside. 

View our list of ward maps HERE.

 

Contact Us

By phone: (705) 264-1331

By email: [email protected]