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Official Final Certified Election Results

Click this link to view the Certified Election Results

Other Municipal Election Results

The Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) maintains a record of the results of municipal elections across Ontario.  Click the following link to connect to the AMO Website.

Important Dates

Candidate nomination period begins​
May 1, 2018
Candidate nomination period ends​
July 27, 2018, 9 am to 2 pm
Candidate and Third Party Advertiser Information Session
June 21, 2018, 6:00pm-9:30pm
Advance Voting

October 15-22, 2018

Voting Day
October 22, 2018
New Term of Council begins
December 1, 2018

How to Vote

Voting is easy!

Voters will receive their Voter’s Information Letter in the mail around the first week of October. Voter’s will then be provided three (3) simple alternatives to vote. Starting on October 15th. 2018 at 10:00a.m and closing on October 22, 2018 at 8:00p.m, Voters can vote online by following the information on their Voters Information letter or can cast their vote via telephone by dialing the number on the Voters Information Letter and following the prompts to complete their vote.

For individuals that wish to attend a vote location and cast their ballot in person, they can do so at four (4) convenient locations on Election day ( October 22, 2018 10:00a.m- 8:00p.m).

For in person voting, voting location are as follows:

  • Tamworth Fire Hall - 630 County Road 4, Tamworth
  • Centreville Municipal Office - 4504 County Rd 4, Centreville
  • Yarker Fire Hall – 9 Mill Street, Yarker
  • Newburgh Fire Hall -12 Factory Street, Newburgh

How to Vote IN-Person

  1. Go to any of the 4 voting locations with your Voter’s information letter and a piece of identification.
  2. The election official will search your name on the Voters' List and mark you as voting.
  3. The election official will give you a voting ballot.
  4. You will go behind the voting screen and mark your ballot.
  5. Once you have finished marking your ballot, your ballot will be place into a secured ballot box.
  6. Following the closing of the polls, votes will be counted by election officials.

Voters' List 

The Voters' list is a list of people who can vote (eligible electors) in the 2018 Municipal Election.

The Voters' list is put together for each election based on information that is held by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC)

To check if you're on the voters list, click the image below. 

Voter look up

You can also contact MPAC at 1-866-296-MPAC (6722) for more information

Candidate Information

Checklist of Candidate's Nomination Documents

Nomination Paper(to be filled out by the person wishing to be a candidate in the 2018 municipal election)

Endorsement of Nomination (Candidates for municipal Council must have 25 signatures - complete additional forms as needed to obtain 25 signatures)

Financial Statement - Auditor's Report (Candidate)

Financial Statement - Subsequent Expenses

Declaration of Identity

Consent to Release of Information

Third Party Advertising

A third party advertiser (TPA) is a message in any medium (billboard, newspaper, radio, etc) that supports or opposes a candidate or supports a yes or no vote on a question on the ballot.  Third party advertising does not include issues-based advertising. Therefore, groups that do public outreach can continue their issues based advocacy work throughout the municipal election period. 

An individual, corporation or trade union wishing to advertise or distribute materials supporting or opposing a candidate must be registered as a Third Party Advertiser.

2018 Guide for Third Party Advertisers.

Notice of Registration - Third Party

Financial Statement - Auditor's Report (Third Party)

Financial Statement - Subsequent Expenses 

Important Links

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing

Ontario Regulation 101-97 - General

Municipal Council Candidate Campaign Expenses

Campaign Finance Information

2014 Final Election Results

The final election results for the 2014 Municipal Election can be found at the following link:

Election Results

2013 Elections At Large

On April 15, 2013, the Council of the Township of Stone Mills voted in favour of holding Elections at Large. As a result of this decision, commencing in 2014, elections will allow each qualified voter to cast a vote for every member of the Council of Stone Mills.

Discussion on “Elections at Large” took place during priority setting sessions, public meetings, through a referendum on the ballot and through ongoing discussions since the amalgamation of the Township of Stone Mills in 1998.  Given this review it was the intent of Council that the matter be brought forward for a decision.  Prior to voting on the issue, each Council Member was given the opportunity to provide public comment.

Arguments in favor included:

    • allowed the opportunity for the public to elect all of the Council representatives who will be making decisions on their behalf and not just those from an individual ward; and
    • allowed the opportunity for the election of the Deputy Reeve which was previously an appointment made by the  elected Council.

Arguments opposed included:

    • a loss of representation in the smaller wards;
    • there has been in-sufficient discussion on this topic by Members of Council; and
    • there has not been sufficient opportunity to secure public input.

An appeal was submitted to the Ontario Municipal Board and heard by Member M.C. Denhez on September 26, 2013.  This appeal was dismissed by Order of the Ontario Municipal Board dated October 17, 2013.

Part of the information relied upon by the Township included a witness statement provided by Mr. Greg Newman, MCIP, RPP with the firm of McIntosh Perry and Planners for the Township of Stone Mills.  The Witness Statement and associated Schedules can be viewed as follows:

2010 Election Results