A Canadian citizen
At least 18 years old
A resident in the City of Mississauga, or;
A non-resident and you or your spouse own or rent property in Mississauga
Are serving a sentence of imprisonment in a penal or correctional institution
Are a corporation
Are acting as executor or trustee or in any other representative capacity (except as a voting proxy)
Were convicted of the corrupt practice described in Municipal Elections Act, 1996, less than five years ago
You can only vote once, regardless of how many properties you own or rent in Mississauga.
This is a list of everyone in Mississauga who is eligible to vote in the 2022 Municipal Election. The list is managed by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC).
Starting September 1, 2022, you’ll also be able to add yourself to the voters’ list by filling out an Application for Revision to the Voters’ List. You’ll also need to provide ID.
If your name is on the voters’ list, you’ll receive a voter notification card from the City in the mail. These will be sent out in mid-September 2022. Your card will show your voting days and selected voting locations.
Make sure you bring this card with you on election day when you go to your voting location. It will speed up the time it takes to vote.
You must bring identification (ID) with you when you go to your voting location.
If your name is on the voters’ list, you will need to show one piece of identification that has your name and address on it. Photo ID is not required.
Acceptable identification includes:
As a Canadian citizen, voting is your right and responsibility. Your community is shaped by the outcome of an election.
The people who are elected will make many important decisions including how tax dollars are spent in your community.