Voting Information

The 2022 Voter’s List is open for additions and/or revisions.  Registered voters can vote for candidates in the ward in which they live or where they own property.  To confirm whether you are on the voters list, please contact our office at 204-325-4101 or email 

Any person eligible to vote in municipal elections can have his/her name added to the Voter’s List, or have information corrected or obscured.

Who is entitled to be on the voters list?

In order to be eligible to vote in an election, a person must be:

  • A Canadian citizen;
  • At least 18 years of age on Election Day; and
  • A resident of the local authority for at least six months on Election Day. 

Please call the administration office to implement any of the above or, if eligible, to confirm you are on the list.

The next General Election takes place October 26, 2022.  Not sure which ward you live in?  Please look at the map below:

Frequently Asked Questions:

My municipality has wards. I live in one ward and own property in another. Can I vote in both?

No, you may only vote once in an election within a municipality. If you live in one ward and own property in another ward, you must vote in the ward where you reside.

I own property in two wards in a municipality - Can I vote in both wards?

No, you may only vote once in an election within a municipality. If you own property in two wards, you must notify the Senior Election Official of the ward where you would like to vote. If you do not choose a ward at least six weeks before Election Day, the Senior Election Official will choose one for you.

I live in one municipality, and own property in another municipality. Can I vote in both municipal elections?

Yes, if you are qualified as a resident voter in one municipality, and are qualified as a non-resident property owner in another municipality, you can vote in both municipal elections.

My property is registered in the name of a corporation. Am I qualified to vote as a non-resident owner in the municipal election where that property is located?

No, the owners of a corporation or a company do not qualify to vote in a municipal election as non-resident owners. Unless you are a resident of the municipality, your property must be registered in your name and not in the name of a corporation before you qualify to vote.