Information for Third Party Advertisers
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The Town’s Election Sign By-law regulates the placement of election signs on municipal and private property.
An election sign shall not be located in a manner that interferes with or obstructs the view of any traffic sign or signal or in any way be hazardous to pedestrian or vehicular traffic.
An election sign is not permitted in a voting place or premise.
Town staff will notify a candidate or a property owner, as the case may be, if a sign is removed in contravention of the insert_link Election Sign By-law.
The Town’s Election Sign By-law is included in the Candidates’ package. If you have any questions regarding election signs, please contact the Town at 519-941-0440.
- Please refer to sections 88.2 (2), 88.2 (3) and 88.2 (4) of the Municipal Elections Act regarding the display of signs within a condominium corporation.
Please note that candidates cannot post their election signs before September 9, 2022 (45 days prior to the day of the municipal election) and must remove their signs by October 27, 2022 (3 days following the municipal election).
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Are you a third party advertiser, and have a question about town services and/or operations for campaign purposes that is not available on the town website?
Please complete the Third Party Advertiser Q&A Form or submit your questions by email to: [email protected] All questions and/or requests for information made will be easily accessible and shared on our Third Party Advertiser Q&A page.
All responses will be provided and posted on the Third Party Advertiser Q&A page within seven business days of receiving the request, except when additional time and costs are required for research and record retrieval. All candidates and registered third party advertisers will be notified of this process upon filing their nomination or registration papers with the Town Clerk.
Information requested that is not public record will be denied under this process and the requester may determine whether to proceed with an inquiry under the insert_link Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
This process is in place to eliminate duplication, maximize efficient use of staff resources, and ensure that all Third Party Advertisers have access to the same information.