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Vote early in Burlington’s 2022 municipal election: Vote online Oct. 11 – 20 or at an advance poll, Oct. 15 and 18

Opportunities to vote early in Burlington’s municipal election will start on Oct. 11 at 10 a.m. when the registration to vote online opens. Eligible voters have the option to vote online between Oct. 11 and 20 or in person at an advance poll on Oct. 15 and 18. In-person voting will also take place on election day, Oct. 24.

Online Voting

Online voting takes place between Oct. 11 to Oct 20. To vote online, eligible voters will first need to register. Online voting and registration open on Oct. 11 at 10 a.m. Registration closes on Oct. 20 at 6 p.m., and online voting ends on Oct. 20 at 8 p.m.


To register and vote online:

  1. Find your Voter Information Letter – these letters are mailed to voters who are on the Voters List, starting at the end of September.
  2. Visit the online voting registration portal – the link is listed on your Voter Information Letter.
  3. Enter the required information when prompted. Note: you will be asked to provide the registration code located on your Voter Information Letter.
  4. Submit the form.
  5. If the information you provide matches our records, you will be sent a link and a voting PIN, either by email or SMS text message.
  6. Use this link and PIN to vote online.

If you did not receive a Voter Information Letter, check to make sure you are on the Voters List at myvoteburlington.ca. Updates and additions to the Voters List can be made at any branch of the Burlington Public Library or select City pool facilities up to Oct. 22. More information is available at myvoteburlington.ca.

Advance Polls

Advance voting is available at three locations across the city on Oct. 15 and 18. Eligible voters can vote at any one of the advance voting locations.

Saturday, Oct. 15, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the following locations:

LocationRoomAddress
Appleby Ice CentreCommunity Room1201 Appleby Line
Burlington Seniors’ CentreAuditoriums 1 & 22285 New St.
Tansley Woods Community CentreCommunity Room 11996 Itabashi Way

Tuesday, Oct. 18, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the following locations:

LocationRoomAddress
Appleby Ice CentreCommunity Room1201 Appleby Line
Burlington Seniors’ CentreAuditoriums 1 & 22285 New St.
Tansley Woods Community CentreCommunity Room 11996 Itabashi Way

If you are voting in person, please bring your Voter Information Letter and one piece of identification that has your name and address on it. Photo identification is not required. See a list of accepted forms of identification at myvoteburlington.ca.

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Quick Facts

  • This October, eligible voters in Burlington will choose who they want to represent them on Burlington City Council in the 2022 municipal election, including Mayor and City Councillor(s). Eligible voters will also vote for Halton Regional Chair and School Board Trustee.
  • The Mayor and City Councillors also represent Burlington on Halton Regional Council.
  • Candidates running in the 2022 municipal election were certified by the City Clerk on Aug. 22, 2022. To view a list of certified candidates, visit myvoteburlington.ca.

Kevin Arjoon, City Clerk said, “Online voting is a secure, convenient way to cast your ballot in this municipal election. To enhance the elector’s voting experience, we’ve streamlined the two-step registration process. You can use any device to vote from anywhere at any time. If you don’t have access to the Internet or a computer, visit any branch of the Burlington Public Library to use one of the computers to vote.”

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