October 24, 2022 is Ontario Municipal Elections Day
The Township of Lake of Bays and Town of Huntsville need elected representatives who will prioritize:
- Action against climate change
- District-wide integrated watershed management
- Sustaining healthy water quality
- Shoreline environment protection
- Consistent application of the Official Plan and by-laws
- Effective by-law enforcement,
- Minimal tree clearing and blasting
- Good municipal services with a responsible budget
- A year-round economy, high-speed internet, and affordable community housing
Make sure you are on the Voters List by going to the Voter Registration page on the Township of Lake of Bays or Town of Huntsville website.
You can also check at voterlookup.ca. You will need your property’s 19-digit Roll Number found on your Property Tax Assessment Notice or municipal tax bill.
Voting for the 2022 Municipal Election will be by internet or telephone. This means, if you are a seasonal resident, you do not need to make a special trip to the cottage to vote. Internet and telephone voting will start on Monday October 17 at 10:00 a.m. and go through to Monday October 24 at 8:00 p.m. Prior to the voting period, you will receive a personalized Voters Information Letter by mail which will include your PIN and instructions for voting.
You and your spouse can both vote in each municipality in Ontario where you own or rent property. So you and your spouse can both vote where you live permanently AND vote in Muskoka. Renters and their spouses can also vote, provided you are tenants on election day (October 24).
To vote, you must be a Canadian citizen, 18+ years old, and registered to vote.
Find out who is running
Find out what riding you are in using the District of Muskoka Election Map
We Asked, The Candidates Responded: Read the candidates responses to LOBA’s Slate of Questions >