Let’s Continue To Get Things Done for Scarborough-Agincourt!
Learn more about Nick’s vision for our Ward
Passion for Community Culture Recreation Innovation
I am passionate about our community and I want to continue to advocate for you at City Hall.
My shared goal with you is to build a better, stronger, and more united community; one that not only thrives economically, but also maintains the diverse culture of the ‘small town’ neighbourhoods that have been built over the years.
With your support, I will continue to work to improve our neighbourhoods where we raise our families, educate our children, work, and enjoy all the great amenities this community has to offer and has the potential to offer.
Working together, we can make our community even better!
Your Guide to toronto's municipal election
3 Ways to Vote
There are additional voting options available to those who need them. Find out more
Eligible voters can choose an alternative to in-person voting this election. Applications for Mail-in Voting packages are accepted starting September 1, 2022.
The deadline to apply is Friday, September 23 at 4:30 p.m.
Once your application is approved, you will receive your package by mail. Packages will be mailed starting September 23 to October 5.
You must return your completed package to Toronto Elections by October 21, 2022, at noon (12 pm).
Mail-in Voting packages will include:
- An instruction/declaration form, which requires a signature for the vote to count.
- An official ballot.
- A white ballot secrecy envelope.
- A yellow return envelope with pre-paid postage.
Return your completed Mail-in Voting package through Canada Post to arrive by October 21 or hand deliver it to a secure Mail-in Voting yellow drop box.
One yellow drop box will be available in each ward between October 7 and October 21 at noon (12 pm).
To apply online or for more information on mail-in voting, click here
To apply by phone: 416-338-1111
Open from Friday October 7 to Friday October 14, from 10am to 7pm
Times & Locations to be determined
To vote in Toronto’s municipal election, you must be:
- a Canadian citizen; and
- at least 18 years old; and
- a resident in the city of Toronto; or
- a non-resident of Toronto, but you or your spouse own or rent property in the city; and
- not prohibited from voting under any law.
You may only vote once in the city of Toronto municipal election regardless of how many properties you own or rent within the city.
You must vote in the ward where you live.
For Questions or Accessibility Accommodations:
- Email: email@example.com
- Call: 311
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