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School Boards, Council Friday Deadline

Candidates have until 2pm on Friday. Submit nomination papers to run in the October 24 municipal and school board elections.

Although voter turnout is known to be lower than average, local elections put people in place to make decisions that affect residents' daily lives, such as garbage collection and planning.

Voter turnout in the 2018 local elections was just under 38.3%, lower than his historically low voter turnout of 43.5% in his June local elections. I'm here.

In the last local election, nearly one of his three candidates ran for re-election, and across Ontario his 6,645 His 477 of the nominees were unopposed and applauded.

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As of Thursday afternoon, John his 24 candidates for the Toronto mayoral campaign, including his Tory, seeking a third term. You have to participate.

The Toronto City Council will see a big change as seven City Council members choose not to run again.

Brampton's Mayor Patrick Brown has run again after the Federal Conservative party leadership election abruptly ended.

Two former state leaders are running for mayor — Stephen Del Duca, former leader of the Ontario Liberal Party of Vaughanand Former Ontario leader Andrea Horwath NDP, Hamilton.

To vote in local elections, voters must be Canadian citizens and must be at least 18 years of age.

A resident elector is defined as a person who lives in, rents, or owns municipal property.

A non-resident voter is someone who does not live in a municipality but owns or rents property there, or is married to someone who does.