Further, you must be eligible to vote in the municipality. Who is eligible?
1. Be a Resident Elector
Your residence is where you live. If you live in a municipality, then you are eligible to vote in that municipality’s election. You are only allowed to have one residence.
2. Be a Non-resident Elector
If you live in one municipality, and own or rent property in another municipality, you are eligible to vote in each municipality’s election.
3. As the spouse of a non-resident elector
If your spouse qualifies as a non-resident elector in a municipality, then you can also vote in that municipality’s election.
That`s right. You do not need to be a resident of the municipality in order to be eligible to vote in their election. As a property owner or renter, you have the right to vote for the municipal government.
You can confirm you`re on the list of electors by checking VoterLookup.ca. Check both your residence and your non-resident property addresses.
Now you know.