Q1

WHY DOES RON WANT TO BE A MEMBER OF COUNCIL?

Ron has been active in the community for more than 30 years. When he was first elected in 2005 he saw it as an opportunity to further help his community and city. He now looks to continue the work he has started over the last number of years through re-election.


Q2

WHAT ISSUE IS RON MOST CONCERNED ABOUT?

Ron has three priorities that he will focus on: Community Leadership, Collaboration and Inclusion.


Q3

WHO CAN VOTE?

Any Canadian citizen, who is 18 years of age or older on election day and who has, as of election day, lived in the city for 30 days.


Q4

HOW DO I VOTE AND WHERE DO I GO TO VOTE?

There are two ways you can vote. One option is complete the mail-in ballot that will be sent out during the first week of September. To receive a mail-in ballot you must be registered as a voter. Make sure to register if you have turned 18 or moved to the city since the last election.

The other way you can vote is on election day and vote at either the polling station in your ward or at City Hall. The location for each polling station will be decided closer to election day.



Q6

WHO CAN I VOTE FOR?

When you fill out your ballot, you can vote for one candidate for the position of Ward Councillor, up to four candidates for Councillor-at-Large, one candidate for Deputy Mayor and one candidate for Mayor.