Am I on the voters list?

It's quick and easy to check your voter information 

Are you registered to vote in the 2022 municipal and school board elections on October 24? 

If you have moved, changed your name or turned 18 since the 2018 municipal election, you might not be on the voters list.

The municipal voters list is different from provincial and federal lists. So, even if you received a voter’s card for the recent federal and provincial elections, it doesn’t automatically mean you will be on the municipal voters list, especially if your information has changed. For municipal elections the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation - MPAC is responsible for collecting the information of residents in Ontario, such as name, date of birth, citizenship and school support, in order to create a preliminary list of electors. Municipalities then use that preliminary list of electors to prepare their voters lists.

Being on the voters list will save you time when you vote. Take a few minutes to verify your voter information using MPAC’s VoterLookup tool and encourage your friends and family to do the same.

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City of Thunder Bay
Office of the City Clerk
500 Donald St. E., 3rd Floor
Thunder Bay, ON P7E 5V3
Phone: (807) 625-2230

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