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Vote October 22, 2018.

The municipal election takes place on October 22, 2018 in all 444 municipalities across Ontario.

There are no political parties at the municipal level and every four years, citizens have the opportunity to vote for Mayors, Reeves, Wardens, Councillors and School Board Trustees in their local communities.

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Learn how is CAA making a difference and impacting change in your community.

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What you need to know about the upcoming municipal election, including what you will need in order to vote.

Which Issues Are Municipal Governments Responsible For?

  • Maintenances of the local road network (roads and bridges)
  • Ambulance service
  • Economic development
  • Sidewalk maintenance
  • Public health
  • Planning new development (both commercial and residential)
  • Storm sewers
  • Public transit
  • Animal control
  • Library services
  • Snow removal
  • Arts and culture
  • Fire services
  • Airports
  • Garbage collection and recycling
  • By-law enforcement
  • Parks and recreation
  • Tax collection
  • Police services
  • Water and sewage
  • Long-term care and senior housing

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