The 2014 municipal elections in Ontario will be held today (October 27, 2014). Voters in the province of Ontario will elect mayors, councillors, school board trustees and all other elected officials in all of the province’s municipalities.
Am I eligible to vote?
To be eligible to vote in the municipal election, you must be a Canadian citizen at least 18 years of age. Voters must also be either a resident of the city they are voting in, rent or own property in the city, or have a spouse who rents or owns property in the city. You must not be prohibited to vote under any law.
What do I need to bring with me when I vote?
Bring your voter information card and a piece of identification with your name and qualifying address, like an Ontario driver’s licence, Health Card or pay stub.
The voter information card, sent by mail, will not be accepted as a piece of identification.
What if I don’t have a voter information card?
Bring an approved piece of ID to the polling station .
More Info: Ontario Municipal Elections