Published on September 27, 2021
Vote in the Upcoming Municipal Election
On October 18, 2021, you can cast your vote in the upcoming Municipal Election. Voting is an important responsibility and to prepare yourself we encourage you to learn more about current issues facing the City. Whether you have just moved to St. Albert, or lived in the community for years, now is the time to vote for leaders who you believe will represent and support your interests.
|From August 23||Apply for a Special Ballot - Learn How|
|October 4-15||Advance Vote - View Dates, Times & Locations|
|October 12-15||Institutional Vote - View Dates, Times & Locations|
|October 18||Election Day - Find Your Voting Station|
Voting Station Locations
St. Albert is divided into voting subdivisions. Voters must vote at the voting station located within their corresponding voting subdivision. All voting stations are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day.
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COVID-19 Voting Station Safety
The City’s priority is the health, safety and well-being of our residents and staff. When at a voting station, follow the provincial public health measures in effect that day and be prepared for:
- One-way voter traffic and physical distancing
- Frequent voting station sanitization
- Election workers to be masked
As Election Day nears, safety measures may change. Keep an eye on our Information for Voters page for the most up to date information.
On Election Day, residents will be casting ballots to fill positions of Mayor and six Councillors. The City has created a Who is Running page to keep residents informed. Get to know your candidates - research their political platforms, look at their social media channels and websites to learn more about them. Find out who shares your goals and values for the city.
What’s also on the Ballot?
- School Trustee
The City of St. Albert has partnered with the Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools and St. Albert Public Schools to conduct their 2021 school trustee election. As such, you will notice additional space on your ballot dedicated to the school trustee election.
- Senate Election & Referendum Vote
This year, electors will vote for up to three Senate candidates. They will also provide input into two referendum questions to do with equalization and daylight saving time.
For more information on the 2021 Municipal Election, such as voting opportunities and voter eligibility, visit the Information for Voters page.
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Last edited: September 29, 2021