2022 Election

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The Municipal Election is on Oct. 24, 2022.

Voting is an important part of our democratic system. The decisions made by members of Town of Georgina Council affect the daily lives of all residents in the community.

Voting Day

You can vote in person using tabulators on Voting Day, Oct. 24 between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Locations for Voting Day can be found below.

Didn’t receive a voter information letter?

If you did not receive a voter information letter, you can visit any polling location with proper identification (see below) and be added to the voters’ list. You can also visit the Civic Centre and have your name added to the voters’ list, and a voter notification card can be printed if you want to vote online. If you go to a polling station, you will need to vote in person.

Election results

Official election results are posted on the Election Results page.

Important information for voters

Eligibility requirements

To be eligible to vote in the next municipal election, you must be:

  • At least 18 years of age or older;
  • A Canadian citizen;
  • A resident of the Town of Georgina or
  • An owner or tenant of property in the Town of Georgina; or
  • The spouse of an owner or tenant of property in the Town of Georgina; and
  • Not otherwise prohibited from voting in a municipal election under any law

Acceptable voter identification

Identification will be required when you attend one of the Advance Voting or Election Day Voting Locations. Remember to bring one (1) or more piece(s) of identification showing your name and qualifying Town of Georgina address. Your Voter Notification Card cannot be used as a piece of ID.

As per Ontario Regulation 304/13 under the Municipal Elections Act, you must present one of the following documents showing your name and address:

  • Ontario driver’s licence
  • Ontario Health Card (photo card)
  • Ontario Photo Card
  • Ontario motor vehicle permit (vehicle portion)
  • cancelled personalized cheque
  • mortgage statement, lease or rental agreement relating to property in Ontario
  • insurance policy or insurance statement
  • loan agreement or other financial agreement with a financial institution
  • document issued or certified by a court in Ontario
  • any other document from the government of Canada, Ontario or a municipality in Ontario or from an agency or such a government
  • any document from a Band Council in Ontario established under the Indian Act (Canada)
  • income tax assessment notice
  • child tax benefit statement
  • statement of employment insurance benefits paid T4E
  • statement of old age security T4A (OAS)
  • statement of Canada Pension Plan benefits T4A(P)
  • Canada Pension Plan statement of contributions
  • statement of direct deposit for Ontario Works
  • statement of direct deposit for Ontario Disability Support Program
  • Workplace Safety and Insurance Board statement of benefits T5007
  • property tax assessment
  • credit card statement, bank account statement, or RRSP, RRIF, RHOSP or T5 statement
  • CNIB Card or a card from another registered charitable organization that provides services to persons with disabilities
  • hospital card or record
  • document showing campus residence, issued by the office or officials responsible for student residence at a post-secondary institution
  • document showing residence at a long-term care home under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007, issued by the Administrator for the home
  • utility bill for hydro, water, gas, telephone or cable TV or a bill from a public utilities commission
  • cheque stub, T4 statement or pay receipt issued by an employer
  • transcript or report card from a post-secondary school

Voter information letters

Voter Information Letters were mailed out starting the week of Sept. 26, 2022. The voter information letter contains a personalized voting PIN (Personal Identification Number), instructions on how to vote online, and the dates and locations of in-person voting. If you choose to vote in person, bring your voter information letter with you to the voting location.

Sample of the Voter Information Letters

 

One Person, One Vote – Be aware of your responsibilities as a voter

It has come to the Town’s attention that some voters in the upcoming municipal election have received more than one Voter Information Letter (VIL). Municipalities receive their voters lists from the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC), and due to an issue in transferring the MPAC data to those lists, some Ontario residents, including some in Georgina, have received two VIL’s. While this is not unique in the municipal election process, there may be a greater number of these occurrences in this election.

If you happen to receive more than one VIL, it does not mean that you can vote more than once.

What to do if you receive more than one Voter Information Letter

  • If you receive more than one VIL, bring the card that matches your identification to the voting place when you vote.
  • For the duplicate card, you can choose to:
  • Dispose of it.
  • Print Duplicate Return to Sender on the card and drop it in any Canada Post mailbox
  • Take the additional card when you go to vote and give it to an election official letting them know it is a duplicate.
  • Contact the Clerks Division at the Town of Georgina. 

One Person. One Vote. It's the law.

If convicted of voter fraud, you may face one of the following penalties:

  • Fine up to $25,000
  • Jail time up to six months

Frequently asked questions

We have put together some of the most frequently asked questions to help you find the answers you need. 

 

Important dates

Important dates

Monday, May 2, 2022

  • First day to file a nomination for an office on Georgina Town Council or school board trustee during regular business hours (Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.).
  • Upon filing of a person’s nomination, the Town Clerk shall provide the preliminary maximum permitted expenses and contributions to a candidate’s own campaign.
  • First day to file a notice of registration as a third-party advertiser.
    • A third-party advertiser cannot raise or spend money on their campaign, nor begin advertising, until their registration is certified by the Town Clerk.

Friday, Aug. 19, 2022 at 2 p.m.

  • Deadline for candidates to:

    • file a nomination
    • withdraw a nomination
    • change office
  • If a person is present in the Clerk’s office at 2  p.m. on Nomination Day, that person may file that nomination as soon as possible after 2 p.m.

Monday, Aug. 22, 2022 at 4 p.m.

Deadline for the Town Clerk to certify candidate nomination by signing the nomination paper if satisfied that a person is qualified to be nominated and that the nomination complies with the Municipal Elections Act.

Thursday, Sept. 1, 2022

Voters' list is made available to candidates. 

Monday, Sept. 26, 2022

  • Final spending limits provided to candidates and registered third-party advertisers. 
  • Final calculation of maximum contributions to candidate’s own election campaign provided to candidates running for Mayor and Councillor (does not apply to School Board Trustee candidates). 

October 2022

 Advance voting locations: 

  • Saturday, Oct. 8, 2022 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Thursday, Oct. 13, 2022  10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022  10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022  noon - 8 p.m.

Monday, Oct. 24, 2022

Election Day. Electors are able to vote at any voting location in the Town between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. Additional details on voting locations will be provided once finalized. 

Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022

Term of office begins. Inaugural meeting of Town Council at 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022

Inaugural meeting of Regional Council at 10 a.m. (tentative) 

Method of voting

 

Online, advance, in-person voting

The Town of Georgina has approved the use of online voting and tabulators as the voting method for the 2022 Municipal and School Board elections.   

Online voting will be available 24/7 from Oct. 8 at 10 a.m. to noon on Oct. 23. Voter Information Letters were mailed out starting the week of Sept. 26, 2022. The letter contains a personalized voting PIN (Personal Identification Number), instructions on how to vote online, and the dates and locations of in-person voting.

In-person voting, using tabulators, will be available on Oct. 8, 13, 15 and 19 (see below for times and locations) and on Election Day, Monday, Oct. 24. Voting by Proxy is also available for those who are unable to attend a polling location.

Accessible voting

All voting locations will be physically accessible throughout the election. The Town is committed to providing both voters and candidates with equitable opportunity to participate in the electoral process. A support person or a service animal may accompany any voter requiring assistance. Upon request, election officials will be available to help voters who require assistance. In addition, assistive voting devices will be available at the locations listed below. These devices include braille keypads with large buttons, a sip-and-puff device, and audio headphones. Voters who cannot mark a paper ballot and want to vote independently are encouraged to attend the following advance voting locations that will have assistive devices –

  • Oct. 8, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. – Georgina Ice Palace, 90 Wexford Dr.
  • Oct. 13, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. – The Link, 20849 Dalton Rd.
  • Oct. 15, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. – Pefferlaw Lions Community Hall, 38 Pete’s Lane
  • Oct. 19, Noon to 8 p.m. – Georgina Ice Palace, 90 Wexford Dr.
  • Oct. 24, 10 am. to 8 p.m. – The ROC, 26479 Civic Centre Rd.

In-person voting locations

Advance voting days

Sat. Oct. 8 - 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Keswick Presbyterian Church
23449 Woodbine Ave., Keswick

Georgina Ice Palace
90 Wexford Dr., Keswick
Accessible voting location with assistive devices

The ROC
26479 Civic Centre Rd., Keswick

The Link
20849 Dalton Rd., Sutton

Pefferlaw Lions Community Hall
38 Pete’s Lane, Pefferlaw

Thurs. Oct. 13 - 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Keswick Presbyterian Church
23449 Woodbine Ave., Keswick

Georgina Ice Palace
90 Wexford Dr., Keswick

The ROC
26479 Civic Centre Rd., Keswick

The Link
20849 Dalton Rd., Sutton
Accessible voting location with assistive devices

Pefferlaw Lions Community Hall
38 Pete’s Lane, Pefferlaw

Sat. Oct. 15 - 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Keswick Presbyterian Church
23449 Woodbine Ave., Keswick

Georgina Ice Palace
90 Wexford Dr., Keswick

The ROC
26479 Civic Centre Rd., Keswick

The Link
20849 Dalton Rd., Sutton

Pefferlaw Lions Community Hall
38 Pete’s Lane, Pefferlaw
Accessible voting location with assistive devices

Wed. Oct. 19 - 12 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Keswick Presbyterian Church
23449 Woodbine Ave., Keswick

Georgina Ice Palace
90 Wexford Dr., Keswick
Accessible voting location with assistive devices

The ROC
26479 Civic Centre Rd., Keswick

The Link
20849 Dalton Rd., Sutton

Pefferlaw Lions Community Hall
38 Pete’s Lane, Pefferlaw

Election Day

Mon. Oct. 24 - 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Keswick Presbyterian Church
23449 Woodbine Ave., Keswick

Georgina Ice Palace
90 Wexford Dr., Keswick

The ROC
26479 Civic Centre Rd., Keswick
Accessible voting location with assistive devices

Sutton Arena
48 Hawkins St., Georgina

The Link
20849 Dalton Rd., Sutton

Pefferlaw Lions Community Hall
38 Pete’s Lane, Pefferlaw

Udora Community Hall 
24 Victoria Rd., Udora

Voters

Municipal Property Assessment Database (MPAC)

The voters’ list is a list of eligible electors in the Town of Georgina. During non-election years the Town of Georgina does not maintain a voters’ list unless it is required to in order to conduct a by-election.

During an election cycle, the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) is responsible for preparing the preliminary list of electors for each municipality and school board in Ontario. It is MPAC’s Municipal Property Assessment database of both property owners and tenants that is used to prepare this preliminary list, which aids in the preparation of the final voters’ list for Election Day. Once municipalities have the preliminary list of electors, the revision period begins and electors may add their name or make changes directly with the municipality.

If you are interested in checking your information with MPAC we encourage you to log into VoterLookup.ca to confirm your information.

Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC)
Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
1-866-296-6722

Proxy Voting

Under Section 44 of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 voters who are unable to vote for any reason on any of the available voting days, can appoint another eligible elector (a Voting Proxy) to vote on your behalf.

How do I choose a voting proxy?

A Voting Proxy must be someone:

  • who is eligible to vote in the Town of Georgina Municipal Election
  • who the voter can trust to vote the way they wish.

A voter can only choose one person to vote on their behalf. A Voting Proxy can only vote on behalf of one person unless they are voting on behalf of immediate family members. Immediate family members include:

  • spouses
  • siblings
  • parents
  • children
  • grandparents
  • grandchildren

How to appoint a voting proxy

To appoint a Voting Proxy, an Appointment for Voting Proxy - Form 3 must be completed and certified by the Town Clerk or Designate. Appointment for Voting Proxy Forms are available from the Clerks Office at the Civic Centre.

Appointment for Voting Proxy Form

Note: A person acting as executor or trustee or in any other representative capacity is still required to get a certified Voting Proxy Appointment Form.

The Voting Proxy Appointment Form must be completed and signed by the voter and the proxy voter.

The Appointment for Voting Proxy must be certified in person by the Elector being appointed at the Civic Centre, 26557 Civic Centre Road, Keswick, Ontario L4P 3G1 during these hours:

  • 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays; or
  • 8:30 am to 5 pm on any day of the advance vote occurring during regular business days; or
  • 12 noon to 5 pm on any day of the advance vote when the vote occurs on a day that the Civic Centre is normally not open.

Appointments for Certification of the Voting Proxy Form are recommended. To book an appointment, contact the Clerks Division by email clerks@georgina.ca or call 905-476-4301.

What the Elector being appointed needs to bring to the Civic Centre Office:

  • The Application for Voting Proxy - Form 3 - filled out and signed by voter requesting a vote by proxy
  • Identification of the voter and voting proxy will be required for certification

The following rules apply to the issuance of Proxy Certificates:

  • Only original signatures will be accepted on the proxy forms.
  • Original or reproduction copies of identification for both the person appointed as the voting proxy and the elector making the appointment must be provided to the Town or designate.
  • The name of the person appointed as the voting proxy must be filled in on the form at the time it is signed by the elector who is appointing the proxy.
  • The proxy certificate must be completed at the Civic Centre where the elector appointed will take the declaration.
  • The proxy certificate will be officially certified by the Town Clerk or designate.
  • The proxy certificate is a public document and may be inspected by any person during the election process.
  • The appointment does not remain in effect after Voting Day of the Municipal Election.

Ward Boundaries

The Town of Georgina operates under a Ward Boundary system, whereby the entire municipality is divided up into five sections with each section being represented by a Ward Councillor.

While the Mayor and Regional Councillor are elected as representatives for the entire municipality, the Ward Councillors are elected as representatives of the residents in their Ward.

Town of Georgina Ward Map

Town of Georgina Ward Boundaries

Town of Georgina Ward 1 Map

Town of Georgina Ward 1 Boundaries

Town of Georgina Ward 2 Map

Town of Georgina Ward 2 Boundaries

Town of Georgina Ward 3 Map

Town of Georgina Ward 3 Boundaries

Town of Georgina Ward 4 Map

Town of Georgina Ward 4 Boundaries

Town of Georgina Ward 5 Map

Town of Georgina Ward 5 Boundaries

Candidates

Nominations

Nominations for an office in the 2022 Municipal Election are now closed. 

Information on this year's candidates is available on the 2022 Candidate Information page

Candidate information

Offices for Nomination

Town of Georgina Council

  • Mayor
  • Regional Councillor
  • Councillor Ward 1
  • Councillor Ward 2
  • Councillor Ward 3
  • Councillor Ward 4
  • Councillor Ward 5

School Board Trustees: English

  • Trustee - York Region District School Board
  • Trustee -York Catholic District School Board

School Board Trustees: French

  • Conseiller(ère) - le Conseil Scolaire Viamonde
  • Conseiller(ère) - le Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir

Nomindation Process - Candidate

Please book an appointment to file your nomination by calling the Clerk’s Office at 905-476-4301 or email clerks@georgina.ca

 To file your nomination, you must provide:

  1. Form 1 Nomination Paper
  2. Form 2 Endorsement of Nomination with a minimum of 25 signed declarations
  3. Proof of identity with qualifying address
  4. Nomination filing fee: $200 for Mayor, $100 for Councillor

No person who proposes to be a candidate may solicit or accept contributions for election purposes or incur campaign expenses until a nomination paper has been filed. 

Municipal Office Candidate Eligibility

To run for municipal office (Mayor, Regional Councillor, Ward Councillor) in the Town of Georgina, on the day the nomination is filed, a person must be:

  • A Canadian citizen.
  • At least 18 years of age or older.
  • A resident of the Town of Georgina, or an owner or tenant of property in the Town of Georgina, or the spouse of an owner or tenant of property in the Town of Georgina.
  • Not otherwise disqualified from holding municipal office under any law.

Municipal Office Candidate Ineligibility

The following people are disqualified from being elected to office on Georgina Council:

  • Any person who is not eligible to vote in the Town of Georgina
  • An employee of the Town of Georgina who has not taken an unpaid leave of absence or resigned
  • A judge of any court
  • A Member of Parliament, a Member of Provincial Parliament or a Senator
  • An inmate serving a sentence in a penal or correctional institution
  • A candidate who failed to file the necessary financial statement or exceeded the prescribed spending limit(s) in the last Municipal Election

Nomination Process - School Board Trustees: 

Please book an appointment to file your nomination by calling the Clerk’s Office at 905-476-4301 or email clerks@georgina.ca

 To file your nomination, you must provide:

  1. Form 1 Nomination Paper
  2. Proof of identity with qualifying address
  3. Nomination filing fee: $100 for School Board Trustee

No person who proposes to be a candidate may solicit or accept contributions for election purposes or incur campaign expenses until a nomination paper has been filed.

York Region District School Board Trustee

Nomination forms for York Region District School Board Trustee must be filed with the Clerk of the Town of Georgina.

York Region District School Board Trustee Electoral Area: East Gwillimbury and Georgina

York Catholic District School Board Trustee

Nomination forms for York Region Catholic School Board Trustee must be filed with the Clerk of the Town of Newmarket. For more information on registering for this office, contact the Town of Newmarket by email or visit the Town of Newmarket website.

York Catholic District School Board Trustee Electoral Area: East Gwillimbury, Georgina, and Newmarket

Counseil scolaire Viamonde Trustee and Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir Trustee

Nomination forms for Conseil scolaire Viamonde Trustee and Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir Trustee must be filed with the Clerk of the City of Vaughan.  For more information on registering for these offices, contact the City of Vaughan by email or visit the Town of Newmarket website

School Board Trustee Eligibility

To run for School Board Trustee with the York Region District School Board (YRDSB), York Catholic District School Board (YCDSB), Conseil scolaire Viamonde, or Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir, a person must be:

  • A Canadian citizen.
  • At least 18 years of age or older.
  • A resident in the area of jurisdiction of the board.
  • Eligible to vote for the school board.
  • Not otherwise disqualified from holding office on a school board under any law.

School Board Trustee Ineligibility

The following people are disqualified from being elected as a school board trustee:

  • Any person who is not eligible to vote in the school board election
  • An employee of a school board or a municipal official who has not taken an unpaid leave of absence or resigned
  • A judge of any court
  • A Member of Parliament, a Member of Provincial Parliament or a senator
  • An inmate serving a sentence in a penal or correctional institution
  • A candidate who failed to file the necessary financial statement or exceeded the prescribed spending limit(s) in the last school board election

Information Sessions for Potential Candidates

Are you considering running in the 2022 Municipal Elections as a candidate for member of Council or School Board Trustee?

On-line information sessions are being hosted by a number of York Region Municipalities on behalf of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH).

These MMAH sessions are being offered for anyone considering becoming a candidate as well as those that may have participated in previous elections. Participation is free. Pre-registration is required in some cases (see below for more details). 

The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing will provide an overview of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996, review any new legislation and provide key considerations in running in the municipal elections. 

All sessions will cover the same content, so please contact the municipalities directly to register for information sessions at a date and time that works for you.

The sessions are were in April 2022.

Resources

Ontario Government Municipal Elections

2022 Ontario Candidates Guide

Use of Corporate Resources for Election Purposes Policy

Georgina Election Sign By-law

York Region Sign By-Law 

York Region District School Board Elections Website

Are you running for Regional Council?

2022 Candidate Information

Information about the 2022 Candidates is available on the 2022 Candidate Information page. 

Registered third-parties

What is a registered third-party?

A third-party advertisement is a paid message placed in any medium (broadcast, print or electronic) by an individual (other than the nominated candidate), corporation, or trade union that supports or opposes a candidate for council, mayor or a school board. There were previously no rules regulating third-party advertising in municipal elections.

An interested third-party advertiser is required to register with the Town Clerk if they want to advertise. Until the Town Clerk certifies the registration, the third-party advertiser may not pay for any advertising/promotion on behalf of a candidate.

Rules

The Municipal Elections Act now includes rules for third-party advertising. 

Individuals, corporations and trade unions in Ontario can register as third-party advertisers and can also make contributions to third-party advertisers. Third-party advertising must be done independently of candidates. Candidates cannot register as a third-party advertiser and cannot provide direction to a third-party advertiser. 

The following are not permitted to register:

  • municipal election candidates
  • federal and provincial political parties, constituency associations, registered candidates and leadership contestants
  • federal and provincial governments, municipalities, or local boards

Key dates

  • May 2, 2022 - First day of third-party advertisers to register
  • Oct. 23, 2022 - Last day for third-party advertisers to register
  • Jan. 3, 2023 - Campaign period ends and last day to accept contributions
  • March 31, 2023 (2 p.m.) - Last day to file financials statements and auditor's reports

*In certain circumstances the filing date or campaign period may be extended.

What is not a third-party advertisement

Activities that do not involve spending money, such as discussions or expressing an opinion about a candidate (or an answer to a question on the ballot) are not considered to be third-party advertising. Examples include:

  • speaking to friends and neighbours
  • posting on social media, such as Twitter, Facebook or Instagram
  • sending an email to a group or mailing list

Internal communications from an employer to their employees, a corporation to its shareholders, directors, members or employees or by a trade union to its members or employees are not considered to be third-party advertising.

Registration

Third-party advertisers are required to register with the Town Clerk prior to incurring any expenses for advertisements or receiving any contributions. Individuals wishing to register must schedule an appointment with the Town Clerk calling 905-476-4301. Registration packages will be available for pick up from the Clerk’s Office, 26557 Civic Centre Rd., Keswick beginning May 2, 2022.

Third-party advertisers can register up until Oct. 21, 2022. There is no fee to register. However, there is a $250 non-refundable filing fee if a third-party advertiser places outdoor signs within the municipal boundaries. If a third-party advertiser wants to advertise in more than one municipality they must register in each municipality in which they plan to advertise. The prescribed registration forms will be released in April 2022.

Contributions

Contributions by corporations and trade unions to candidates are banned. Corporations and trade unions may contribute to registered third-party advertisers. Contributions can only be made during the campaign period (which begins the day the third-party registers and ends on Jan. 3, 2023. Money, goods and services are considered contributions.

The maximum contribution from a single contributor is $1,200 to a registered third-party advertiser and a total of $5,000 to two or more registered third-party advertisers in a municipality. These limits do not apply to contributions by a registered third-party advertiser to itself and, if the registered third-party is an individual, by his or her spouse.

Who is permitted to contribute to a third-party advertiser?

  • an individual who is normally an Ontario resident
  • a corporation that does business in Ontario
  • a trade union that holds bargaining rights for employees in Ontario
  • the registered third-party and in the case of an individual, his or her spouse

Expenses

Third-party advertisers will be subject to two spending limits:

  • a general spending limit
  • a separate limit for expenses related to parties and expressions of appreciation after the close of voting

The Town will provide a preliminary Certificate of Maximum Third-party Expense Limit to third-party advertisers at registration. A final Certificate of Maximum Third-party Expense Limit will be provided to the registered third-party advertisers by Sept. 26, 2022 The final spending limit is based on the higher of:

  • the number of eligible electors on Sept. 15, 2018
  • the number of electors as of Sept. 15, 2022 in the 2022 election

Filing Requirements for third-party advertisers

All registered third-parties must file a financial statement using a prescribed form. Third-party advertisers whose contributions and total expenses are equal to or less than $10,000 are not required to file an auditor’s report with the financial statement. A registered third-party whose contributions or total expenses exceed $10,000 are required to file an auditor’s report with the financial statement.

Advertisements

Third-party advertisements must contain the following:

  • name of the registered third-party
  • the municipality where the third-party is registered
  • a telephone number, mailing address or email address at which the third-party may be contacted regarding the advertisement

Media outlets

A broadcaster or publisher must ensure that the following information is provided to them, from the third-party advertiser, for any advertisement running between May 2, 2022 and Oct. 24, 2022:

  • name of the registered third-party
  • name, business address and telephone number of the individual who deals with the broadcaster or publisher under the direction of the registered third-party
  • name of municipality where the third-party is registered

The broadcaster or publisher must retain this information including a statement of the charge for the advertisement and a copy of the advertisement or means of reproducing it. This record must be retained for four years after the date the advertisement appeared and the public must be able to view these records during normal business hours.

Removal of third-party advertisements

If an advertisement is determined to be in contravention of the rules for third-party advertising or a person has caused or permitted the contravention of the rules or of any Town by-law, the Town may either remove the advertisement or ask the sponsor to remove the advertisement.

Contact Us

26557 Civic Centre Rd,
Keswick, ON  L4P 3G1

T: 905-476-4301 / 705-437-2210
F: 905-476-8100
info@georgina.ca

Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.