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Municipal Election 2022

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The Municipal Election 2022 is October 24, 2022. Are you registered to vote? 

Voting in 2022 Election

How to Vote?

The 2022 North Dundas Municipal & School Board Election will be conducted by internet and telephone voting. There will ne no paper ballots. 

Electors will be mailed Voter Information Letters at the beginning of October which will include their PIN required to vote. If you have not received your Voter Letter by October 7, 2022 please contact the Municipal Office. 

When to Vote?

Advance Voting will commence October 19, 2022. Voting will conclude October 24, 2022 at 8PM (Voting Day). 

Where to Vote?

Electors can vote anywhere via phone or internet.

The Township Office will have internet voting available on site (636 St. Lawrence Street) on the following days and times:

- October 19-21, 2022

9:00AM - 4:30PM

- October 22 & 23, 2022

10:00AM - 2:00PM

- October 24, 2022

10:00AM - 8:00PM

The SDG Libraries will also have on site internet voting available during their regular business hours. 

The Township of North Dundas holds elections every four years to elect candidates to the positions of:

  • Mayor - one elected at large
  • Deputy Mayor – one elected at large
  • Councillor – three elected at large
  • School Board Trustee - four (one per school board)

Who is Running?

 CandidatesOfficeDate FiledStatus
Tony Fraser MayorMay 9, 2022Certified & Acclaimed
Theresa BergeronDeputy MayorJune 8, 2022Certified & Acclaimed
Gary Annable CouncillorJune 17, 2022Certified
Stefan KohutCouncillorAugust 9, 2022Certified
William HealeyCouncillorAugust 10, 2022Certified
Matthew UhrigCouncillorAugust 15, 2022Certified
John LennoxCouncillorAugust 18, 2022Certified
Joselyn MorleyCouncillorAugust 19, 2022Certified
Jacques HerouxSchool Board Trustee French SeparateJune 23, 2022Certified & Acclaimed
Karen McAllisterSchool Board Trustee English Separate June 27, 2022Certified & Acclaimed
Larry Berry School Board Trustee English Public July 21, 2022Certified & Acclaimed
Mathieu TondreauSchool Board Trustee French Public Certified & Acclaimed

Official List of Certified Candidates (Form ND05) as at August 22, 2022. 

Official List of Certified Candidates (Form ND05) as at August 24, 2022. 

Key Dates for the 2022 Municipal Election

DateAction
April 25, 2022
  • Electronic and hard copies of the Candidate Information Package available.
May 2, 2022
  • First day for candidates to file a nomination paper for the office of Mayor, Deputy Mayor, Councillor, or School Board Trustee. A candidate’s campaign period begins once their nomination paper has been filed, meaning they may begin accepting contributions and spending money on their campaign.
  • First day for an individual, corporation, or trade union to file a notice of registration as a Third-Party Advertiser. The campaign period for a registered third party begins once their registration paper has been filed, meaning they may begin accepting contributions and spending money on their campaign.
May 12, 2022
  • Candidate Information Session to be held at 2 Mille Roches Road, Long Sault in the South Stormont Community Hall starting at 6:00pm.
August 19, 2022
  • Candidates have until 2 pm to file their nomination papers.
  • A candidate who has filed their nomination papers and wishes to change office has until 2pm to file a nomination for a different office.
  • A candidate who wishes to withdraw their nomination has until 2 pm to notify the Clerk by filing a written withdrawal.
  • Nominations or withdrawals cannot be accepted after 2 pm.
August 22, 2022
  • Last day for the Clerk to certify candidate nomination papers.
September 1, 2022
  • Copies of the Voters’ List are available to certified candidates upon written request.
  • The Am I on the Voters’ List? search tool is available, allowing electors to check if they are registered to vote and see how their information is currently presented on the Voters’ List. Electors may use this tool from September 1 to September 15 to submit an application requesting that their information be updated or that their name be added or removed from the Voters’ List.
September 26, 2022
  • Certified candidates that received a copy of the original Voters’ List will be provided with the interim list of changes to the Voters’ List by this date.
  • Final expense limits certificate to be provided to candidates and third parties by this date.
October 19, 2022
  • Advanced voting begins via phone and internet 
October 21, 2022
  • Last day for an individual, corporation, or trade union to file a notice of registration as a third-party advertiser.
  • Individuals, corporations, and trade unions have until 4:30 pm to file their notice of registration.
October 24, 2022
  • Voting Day: with the exception of institutions and retirement homes that may have reduced opening hours, voting places will open at 10 am and close at 8 pm. Additional information regarding voting events will be available in the summer of 2022.
January 3, 2023
  • Campaign period ends for candidates and registered third parties, meaning they cannot accept any contributions or incur any expenses. Candidates or registered third parties that wish to extend their campaign, due to a deficit, must file a Notice of Extension of Campaign Period, Form 6 by this date.
March 1, 2023
  • Last day for the Clerk to provide candidates and registered third parties with notice of the financial filing requirements and penalties.
March 30, 2023
  • Last day for a candidate or registered third party to apply to Superior Court of Justice to extend the time to file the financial statement.
March 31, 2023By 2 pm:
  • Last day for candidates and registered third parties to file a financial statement and auditors’ report, if required, for the reporting period ending January 3, 2023. (Note: An auditor’s report is not required if the total contributions received, and total expenses incurred in the election campaign up to the end of the relevant reporting period are each equal to or less than $10,000.)
  • Last day for a candidate or registered third party to notify the Clerk in writing of a filing extension received from the Superior Court of Justice.
May 1, 2023
  • Last day (by 2 pm) for a candidate or registered third party to file a primary financial statement and auditor’s report, if required, and pay $500 late filing fee. (Note: An auditor’s report is not required if the total contributions received, and total expenses incurred in the election campaign up to the end of the relevant reporting period are each equal to or less than $10,000.)
  • Penalties take effect at 2:01 pm.
June 29, 2023
  • Last day for an elector to apply for a compliance audit of a candidate or registered third party’s campaign finances.
June 30, 2023
  • Campaign period ends for candidates and registered third parties that extended their campaign, meaning they cannot accept any contributions or incur any expenses.
August 30, 2023
  • Last day for the Clerk to provide candidates and registered third parties with notice of the filing requirements and penalties for supplementary financial statements and auditor’s reports.
September 28, 2023
  • Last day for a candidate or registered third party to apply to Superior Court of Justice to extend the time to file the financial statement.
September 29, 2023By 2 pm:
  • Last day for those who filed a Form 6 to extend the campaign period to file a financial statement and auditors’ report, if required, for the reporting period ending June 30, 2023. (Note: An auditor’s report is not required if the total contributions received, and total expenses incurred in the election campaign up to the end of the relevant reporting period are each equal to or less than $10,000.)
  • Last day for a candidate or registered third party to notify the Clerk of a filing extension received from the Superior Court of Justice.
October 30, 2023
  • Last day (by 2 pm) for a candidate or registered third party to file a supplementary financial statement and auditor’s report, if required, and pay $500 late filing fee. (Note: An auditor’s report is not required if the total contributions received, and total expenses incurred in the election campaign up to the end of the relevant reporting period are each equal to or less than $10,000.)
  • Penalties take effect at 2:01 pm.
December 28, 2023
  • Last day for an elector to apply for a compliance audit on a candidate or registered third party’s supplementary financial statement.