The voting method selected by Town of Huntsville Council is telephone and internet.

Voter lookup

Electors should check voterlookup.ca and are encouraged to update any incorrect or missing information by contacting MPAC.

Please contact the municipal office at 705-789-1751 if you need assistance.

How to vote

Voter information letters

Voter Information Letters will be mailed out to those on the Voters' List in October 2022.

Candidate list

Here is a list of candidates running for office in the election:

View the list of UNCERTIFIED candidates 

Voters' Guide

Provided by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the voters' guide provides information to voters for the 2022 municipal council and school board elections (Note: This will be updated when the voters' guide becomes available).

Voter resources

Acceptable voter identification documents

Only one item is required and must be an original, certified or notarial copy and shall show the person's name and qualifying address.

Acceptable Voter Identification

Election accessibility

Election Accessbility Mandates

Eligible electors and students

A person is entitled to be an elector at an election held in a local municipality (unless prohibited by this Act or any other Act) if, on Voting Day they:

  • Are a Canadian Citizen
  • Are at least 18 years of age
  • Reside in the local municipality or is the owner or tenant of land, or the spouse of such owner or tenant
  • Are not prohibited from voting as noted otherwise by law

Students

If you are a student and consider your "home" to be the place where you live when you are not attending school (i.e. you plan on returning there), then you are eligible to vote in both your "home" municipality and in the municipality where you currently live while attending school.

Right to vote

An elector, whose name appears on the Voter's List with the municipality to vote there, is subject to the following rules:

  1. If the elector owns more than one property within the municipality, the elector must vote within the ward in which their residence is located. The elector does not have the choice as to where they wish to vote
  2. If the elector owns more than one property and those properties are located with more than one municipality, the elector is entitled to vote at one voting place established for each of the local municipalities for the offices of the local Council
Ward boundary map

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