Municipal Election 2022

What You Need to Know:

Election Day is October 24, 2022


Other Key Dates

  • May 1, 2022 – Nomination and Campaign Period Begins
  • August 19, 2022 – Nomination Day (Last Day to be Nominated) 
  • August 19, 2022 – Final Day for Withdrawal of Candidacy
  • October 24, 2022 – Voting Day 
  • November 15, 2022 – School Board Term of Office Begins
  • January 3, 2023 – Campaign Period Ends 
  • March 31, 2023 – Financial Filing Deadline
  • November 14, 2026 – School Board Term of Office Ends
Catholic Ratepayer Vote

The Importance of Accurate Catholic Voters Lists

The voice and vote of Catholic ratepayers is important to the future of our Catholic schools. In order to vote for Catholic trustees, your CDSB ratepayers must be registered as separate school supporters.

Please share the Voting Information for Catholic Ratepayers flyer with your community.

To make the process of verifying support easier for voters, the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) has created

Through, all Ontario residents can check to ensure that their information is accurately reflected on MPAC’s Preliminary List of Electors for the municipal and school board elections.

  1. Visit to confirm information and follow the easy steps published on the website.
  2. Make corrections as nessary. Only separate school supporters can vote for Catholic trustees.

Catholic Trustee Resources

Catholic Education in Ontario – Key Facts (Infographic that can be downloaded, printed and shared)

An brief overview of the profile and success of Catholic education – Brochure

As candidates prepare for election day we remind you that the Association has prepared a reference that you may find helpful – “Becoming a Catholic School Trustee – A Call to Service and Stewardship in Christ.”  You can download that booklet here.

Please download OCSTA’s “A Call to Service” pamphlet here.

Ontario Education Services Corporation Resources

Additional information for trustee candidates and voters is available at:


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