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TOWN HALL EXTENDED HOURS
The front desk at the main entrance of Town Hall will be open for the following extended hours for the purpose of voter registration and Voting Kit drop off:
Tuesday, October 16, 2018: Until 8pm
Thursday, October 18, 2018: Until 8pm
Monday, October 22, 2018: Until 8pm
On Monday October 22, Voter Registration is also open on the Building Services Level of Town Hall from 4:30 – 8 pm.
Drive-Thru Voting Kit Drop Off locations will be open Thursday, October 18th and Monday October 22 from 10 am to 8 pm at the following locations:
Can I vote during a Canada Post strike or lockout?
Yes! Please drop off your completed and sealed Voting Kit at one of the Voting Kit Drop Off Locations listed. Do not place your Voting Kit in the mail.
Can I vote if a Canada Post strike or lockout is still a possibility?
Please drop off your completed and sealed Voting Kit at one of the Drop Off Locations listed on the back of this page to ensure that your vote is counted.
Do I have to return my completed Voting Kit to a Drop Off Location in my ward?
No. You can return your completed Voting Kit to any one of the Drop Off Locations.
Can someone else drop off my completed and sealed Voting Kit?
Yes! Just make sure that it is completed and sealed.
Will my ballot be counted if I return the Voting Kit without the declaration form?
No. Please insert your ballot in the white secrecy envelope and seal it. Sign the declaration form and place the signed declaration form and secrecy envelope inside the yellow return envelope and drop off at one of the Drop Off Locations listed on the back of this page. Call Town Hall at 519-728-2700
if you have questions on how to vote.
How long will it take me to drop off my ballot?
Just a few short minutes. You may drop off your completed and sealed Voting Kit at any of the Drop Off locations listed.
I need more information…
The Corporation of the Town of Lakeshore
419 Notre Dame St., Belle River N0R 1A0
Local Phone: (519) 728-2700
Toll Free Phone: 1- 877-249-3367
Drive-Thru Voting Kit Drop Off Locations
Drive-Thru Voting Kit drop off locations will be open on Thursday, October 18 and Monday, October 22 from 10 am to 8pm at the following locations:
|Drive-Thru Address||Location of Drive-Thru||Date & Time|
|Lakeshore St. Andrew’s Church
235 Amy Croft Drive
At all of these locations on:
Thursday, October 18 from 10 am – 8 pm
Monday, October 22 from 10 am – 8 pm
|Atlas Tube Centre
447 Renaud Line
|Back Parking Lot|
|Former Belle River Arena
304 Rourke Line
|Lakeshore Town Hall
419 Notre Dame Street
|Signs will direct drivers to Lavoie Street behind Town Hall|
|Libro Community Centre
1925 S Middle Road
|Shanahan Park (beside Fire Station #2)
1465 Lakeshore Road 203 Maidstone
|Comber Community Centre
7100 Community Centre Street
|Stoney Point Park
880 Comber Sideroad
I cannot attend any of the Voting Kit Drop Off Drive-Thrus. Where can I drop off my ballot?
|Lakeshore Town Hall – Front Counter||Front Counter||Monday to Friday (except Monday, October 8) until October 22||8:30 – 4:30 pm (until 8 pm on Monday, October 22)|
|Lakeshore Town Hall||Boxes at east and west sides of building||Every day until 8 pm on October 22||Available 24 hours per day|
|Atlas Tube Centre||Drop box near Front Desk||Each day of the week starting October 9th until October 22||Monday to Friday from 6 am – 9 pm (Box closes at 8 pm on Monday, October 22)
Saturday and Sunday from 6:30 am – 7:30 pm
The 2018 Municipal Election takes place on Monday, October 22, 2018!
A Voter’s Kit will be delivered the week of October 3rd, 2018 to individuals who are on the Voters’ List. Please see the Voter Information tab for more information about voting in the 2018 Election.
The Vote by Mail alternative voting method was selected by Council in April 2017. Click here to see Administrations’ Report to Council about using this method of vote. Click here to see the by-law authorizing this alternative voting method.
Offices to be Elected
The Town is divided into 6 wards.
In accordance with the Municipal Elections Act, every four (4) years, the Town Clerk as the Returning Officer conducts elections for the offices of: