Voting is Easy and Convenient
If you’re eligible to vote in this election, you can vote online using an internet-connected computer, tablet or smartphone anytime from 10 a.m. on October 14 to 8 p.m. on October 24, 2022.
Look For Your Voter Instruction Letter
In early October, voters will receive their personalized Voter Instruction Letter in the mail. This letter will contain their Voting PIN (Personal Identification Number) along with the website to access the ballot. Using your PIN and your birthdate, you’ll be able to access your online ballot and cast your votes from a an internet-connected computer, tablet or smartphone.
Video: Step-by-Step Instructions For Voting Online
How to Vote?: Frequently Asked Questions
What if I did not receive a Voter Information Letter (VIL) in the mail?
If you did not receive a Voter Information Letter, you are not on the Municipal Voters’ List. You must be on the list in order to vote. Here is how you can register your information in order to vote:
- Visit the Municipal Voters’ List page on this website to check to see if you are on the Municipal Voter’s List.
- Starting October 3, you can request to have your voter information card emailed or mailed to you by emailing email@example.com
- In person at the Municipal Office during the 10-Day Voting Period during regular business hours.
I received a Voter Information Letter (VIL)that is not mine or for someone in my family that no longer resides in Tyendinaga Township - what should I do?
- If you receive a Voter Information Letter for a person that does not live in your household, you can print Moved – Return to Sender on the card and drop it in any Canada Post mailbox or return it to the Municipal Office.
- If you receive a Voter Information Letter for a person who is deceased, you can print Deceased – Return to Sender on the card and drop it in any Canada Post mailbox or return it to the Municipal Office.