2022 Municipal and School Board Elections

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Consultation has concluded

Election results are in!

Collingwood hit a voter turnout of 39.67% at the close of polls on October 24! To view a full list of the certified election results click below:

Certified Election Results

Mayor: Yvonne Hamlin

Deputy Mayor: Tim Fryer

Councillors:

Kathy Jeffery

Deb Doherty

Brandon Houston

Chris Potts

Rob Ring

Christopher Baines

Steve Perry

View full Notice: 2022 Municipal and School Board Election - Unofficial Results


IMPORTANT: October 24, 2022 at 7:30PM

The Town of Collingwood experienced a brief delay with the internet voting system. This delay was for approximately a half-hour in length. As such, voting will be extended to 9:00PM this evening to allow those interrupted while casting their digital ballot the ability to vote. If you prefer to vote in person, voting will also be available at the Collingwood Public Library, 55 Ste. Marie Street, Collingwood until 9:00PM today. Thank you very much for your patience.

http://www.collingwood.ca/election


The next Municipal and School Board Election is scheduled for October 24, 2022. This election includes the election of Collingwood Council including the positions of Mayor, Deputy Mayor, and seven Councillors, as well as school board trustees. The election will be conducted for a term of office commencing November 15, 2022 and ending November 14, 2026.

Members of Collingwood Council are elected through an at-large election process, meaning each council member represents all tax payers and residents of Collingwood and not a specific ward or area within Collingwood.

Election results are in!

Collingwood hit a voter turnout of 39.67% at the close of polls on October 24! To view a full list of the certified election results click below:

Certified Election Results

Mayor: Yvonne Hamlin

Deputy Mayor: Tim Fryer

Councillors:

Kathy Jeffery

Deb Doherty

Brandon Houston

Chris Potts

Rob Ring

Christopher Baines

Steve Perry

View full Notice: 2022 Municipal and School Board Election - Unofficial Results


IMPORTANT: October 24, 2022 at 7:30PM

The Town of Collingwood experienced a brief delay with the internet voting system. This delay was for approximately a half-hour in length. As such, voting will be extended to 9:00PM this evening to allow those interrupted while casting their digital ballot the ability to vote. If you prefer to vote in person, voting will also be available at the Collingwood Public Library, 55 Ste. Marie Street, Collingwood until 9:00PM today. Thank you very much for your patience.

http://www.collingwood.ca/election


The next Municipal and School Board Election is scheduled for October 24, 2022. This election includes the election of Collingwood Council including the positions of Mayor, Deputy Mayor, and seven Councillors, as well as school board trustees. The election will be conducted for a term of office commencing November 15, 2022 and ending November 14, 2026.

Members of Collingwood Council are elected through an at-large election process, meaning each council member represents all tax payers and residents of Collingwood and not a specific ward or area within Collingwood.

Consultation has concluded

Do you have any election related questions? Submit a question below or contact:

Clerk Services, Town of Collingwood
97 Hurontario Street, Collingwood, ON
election@collingwood.ca
705-445-1030

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    Can you email me a voter in Information letter?

    Christine kruczynski asked about 2 months ago

    Voter Information Letters (VILs) were mailed to all registered electors in September. If you have not received one, you may register to vote in the upcoming municipal election in one of the following ways:

    • online at collingwood.ca/voterlookup2022 
    • in person at Town Hall (97 Hurontario St.) during regular business hours (8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday)
    • during one of the advance polling dates (Wednesday evenings and Saturday during the day through the month of October) or on election day (Monday, October 24th). 


    You will need to provide a piece of ID showing your name and a qualifying address such as a Driver’s Licence, Ontario ID card, registered mail or similar.

    If you provide an email during the online registration process, VILs may be emailed to you rather than have to be collected from Town Hall or an advance voting place.

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    Did the town send out voter registration cards, if so, I did not receive one. We are on the voters list, but I am wondering how we would vote online. My understanding is I need a pin number or QR code.

    SCC asked about 2 months ago

    Voter Information Letters (VILs) were mailed to all registered electors at the end of September. If you have not received one, you can register to vote in the following ways:

    • online at collingwood.ca/voterlookup2022 
    • in person at Town Hall (97 Hurontario St.) during regular business hours (8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday)
    • during one of the advance polling dates (Wednesday evenings and Saturday during the day through the month of October) or on election day (Monday, October 24th). 


    You will need to provide a piece of ID showing your name and a qualifying address such as a Driver’s Licence, Ontario ID card, registered mail or similar.

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    What the e mail address to vote over the internet

    Greg Linton asked about 2 months ago

    The website for internet voting is www.intvoting.com/collingwood. You will require your Voter Information Letter (VIL) which was mailed to all eligible electors in September to login. 

    You may also vote in-person at the Collingwood Public Library on Wednesday evenings, Saturday during the day and on Election Day (October 24th). 

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    How do I vote prior to September 30? I will be out of the country.

    Robert asked 2 months ago

    The voting period for the 2022 Municipal and School Board Election runs from October 8 - 24, 2022. Voting outside of this period is not permitted. However, you may vote any time over the internet during the voting period from anywhere in the world. Further information and login details for internet voting can be found on your Voter Information Letter (VIL) which will be mailed to you in late September or early October. If you have not received your VIL or will be unable to collect it prior to the close of polls, please contact the Town of Collingwood Election Team at Town Hall (97 Hurontario St., Collingwood) and we can issue you a replacement VIL by email.

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    Are you REQUIRED to register in advance to vote in the Municipal Election? I understand how to see if you are registered, but people are confused about whether or not you have to register as a first step before you can vote. People without access to computers are particularly concerned because they cannot check if they are registered.

    NatalieB asked 3 months ago

    Eligible electors are required to register to vote, but there is no requirement to register in advance of election day. If you are a resident, owner or tenant of property in Collingwood, a Canadian citizen and 18 years of age or older on election day, you can vote. Registration may be done online or in-person at a polling location during advance voting and up to the close of polls at 8:00 p.m. on October 24, 2022. All voters will need to bring ID that includes their name and proof of Collingwood address such as a driver's licence, Ontario ID card, registered mail, or similar. 

    Individuals may determine if they are already registered to vote by visiting www.collingwood.ca/voterlookup2022 calling the election helpline at 705-445-1030 ext. 3800 or visiting Town Hall at 97 Hurontario St., Collingwood, ON during regular business hours.