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Municipal Elections 2022

It’s your chance to vote in the upcoming Municipal elections!

Election Resources

Watch the Mayor Debate – October 17, 2022, at 2:00 PM: https://www.youtube.com/c/theagenda

Toronto MyVote Web Application: https://www.toronto.ca/city-government/elections/voter-information/myvote/

Are you a resident of the City of Toronto? Find where to vote:

Toronto Election Edu Resources:

Toronto City Council:




Q: Why should I vote anyways? I’m just a student.
A: Decisions made at the city level impact your daily life more than any other level of government. Municipal governments often have the influence and ability to address many key issues that impact students, like transit, housing, sustainability and other equity issues. As students and young voters, you have the opportunity to cast your vote and use your voice.

Q: Are you sure I’m eligible to vote?
A: Students should check eligibility requirements on the City of Toronto website.

Q: Who should I vote for?
A: That’s a great question! You should read and research the candidates for Mayor and the City Councillor and School Trustee candidates in your riding.

Get To Know The Toronto Mayoral Candidates at the LIVE debate on October 17, 2022 at 2:00 PM.

How do I know if I'm eligible to vote?
Where can I get more information on where I should vote?
What are the important dates?

Your Eligibility

The Provincial Government sets the rules for who is eligible to vote in Municipal Elections. They have set specific rules for students and residents who live in the municipalities (eg Toronto, Pickering, Brampton, etc.).

Determining your eligibility

Generally, to vote in Municipal Elections, you must:

  1. Be a Canadian Citizen; and
  2. Be at least 18 years old
  3. Live in the municipality you'd like to vote in*

Check your eligibility to vote in the City of Toronto.

* Students Living In Another City
There is a special rule for students who may be living away from home while they attend school. If you are a student and consider your “home” to be the place where you live when you are not attending school (that is, you plan on returning there), then you are eligible to vote in both your “home” municipality and in the municipality where you live while attending school.

Keep in mind, you may still only vote once in one municipality.

The Ontario Government has published a 2022 Voters' Guide for the Ontario municipal and council school board elections. Download the PDF for complete details on eligibility.

Get more information

The City of Toronto maintains an excellent website about elections. Here you can find out where to vote and see the list of candidates for your area (called a ward in the City of Toronto, your voting area at Provincial and Federal elections is called "Ridings").

The video below explains how to use the City of Toronto's MyVote tool.


Important Dates

Advance vote for Toronto’s municipal election is happening for eight consecutive days, starting October 7 to October 14, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Find where your voting place is by using MyVote.

October 14 – Advanced polling closes
October 24 – Municipal Election Day

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