Information for Voters

Who can vote in a Municipal Election?

A person is entitled to be an elector in an election held in a local municipality, if on voting day he or she is:

  • at least 18 years old;
  • residing in the local municipality or an owner or tenant of land there, or the spouse of such owner or tenant, and;
  • not otherwise prohibited from voting.

Are you on the voter List?

  • We all play a role in ensuring a fair electoral system. It is the responsibility of every elector to make sure their information is up-to-date for electoral purposes.
  • is an easy and efficient way for electors to confirm they are on the list to vote for the upcoming municipal and school board elections.
  • Through, Ontario residents can find out whether they’re on the list to vote. Eligible electors can also update their information, add a name to an address, or change their school support.
  • is easy to use. To log in, all you need is your property address or assessment roll number and your full name and date of birth.
  • will provide municipalities with accurate and up-to-date information for preparing the final Voters’ List used on election day, making it easier and more efficient when electors head to the polls.
  • Data governance is of the utmost importance. was designed with privacy and security in mind, and was built in accordance with the Privacy by Design principles.
  • To ensure only eligible electors are added to the list, requires users to verify that the information is ‘true and accurate’. Specific information entered by each user on must also match-up to existing data before users are permitted to add their name or apply changes to their information.
  • enables electors to take an active role in maintaining accurate and up-to-date elector information for the purposes of municipal and school board elections.


Ineligible Voters

The following persons cannot vote in a municipal election:

  • a person serving a sentence of imprisonment in a penal or correctional institution;
  • a corporation; or
  • a person convicted or a corrupt practice for an election held within four years of voting day.

Where do I vote?

For the 2018 Elections, Council of the Municipality of Greenstone has once again approved Voting by Telephone/Internet for the 2018 Municipal Election.  This means that you will be able to vote from the comfort of your own home or any other location which has a telephone or a computer (with internet connection).  We also have a telephone and a computer at each ward office available for those individuals requiring access.