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Elections

The 2022 Municipal Election will determine who will serve as the five Council members for South Dundas. Council is comprised of a Mayor, Deputy Mayor and three Councillors. Council serves a four-year term from November 2022 until November 2026. 

2022 Election Dates

May 2, 2022 - Nominations begin
August 19, 2022 - Nomination Day
October 17-23, 2022 Advanced Voting
October 24, 2022 Voting Day (Make sure you are on the voter list here.)

The new Council will be sworn in to office after November 15, 2022.

Read the Clerk's Official List of Certified Candidates

Official List of Candidates

Name of
Candidate

OfficeQualifying Address
Jason BroadMayor63 Lakeshore Dr. Morrisburg, ON K0C1X0
Bill EwingMayor73 Fifth St. E., Morrisburg, ON K0C1X0
Kirsten GardnerMayor29 Steward Dr. Morrisburg, ON K0C1X0
Donald William LewisDeputy Mayor63 Augusta St. Morrisburg, ON K0C1X0
Marc St. PierreDeputy Mayor12098 Lakeshore Dr. Morrisburg, ON K0C1X0
Tammy ThomDeputy Mayor12725 Barkley Rd. Williamsburg, ON K0C2H0
Michael BurtonCouncillor36 First St. Morrisburg ON K0C1X0
Trevor RiopelleCouncillor11 Merkley St. Morrisburg ON K0C1X0
Tom SmythCouncillor11843 Orvill Rd. Iroquois, ON K0E1K0
Cole VeinotteCouncillor5700 Duncan St. Morrisburg, ON K0C1X0
Danielle WardCouncillor1211 Rowena Rd. Iroquois ON K0E 1K0
Lloyd WellsCouncillor12767 Froatburn Rd. Williamsburg, ON K0C2H0
Jeff WelshCouncillor10050 Levere Rd. Brinston, ON K0E1C0
Larry Berry (ACCLAIMED)English Public School Board Trustee175 Water St. Unit 303 Prescott ON K0E1T0
Karen McAllister (ACCLAIMED)English Separate School Board Trustee75 St. Lawrence St. Ingleside, ON K0C1M0
Carole J. Larocque (ACCLAIMED)French Separate School Board Trustee21109 Concession Rd. 10 Alexandria, ON K0C1A0
Mahieu Tondreau (ACCLAIMED)French Public School Board Trustee1159 Clement Ct. Cornwall, ON K6H0G3

Information for Candidates

Information for Third Parties

Third party advertising refers to advertisements or other materials that support, promote or oppose a candidate, or support, promote or oppose a “yes” or “no” answer to a question on the ballot. Third party in this context is a person or entity who is not a candidate.

Third party advertising is separate from any candidate’s campaign and must be done independently from a candidate. Any advertisements or materials that are made and distributed by a candidate, or under a candidate’s direction, are part of the candidate’s campaign.

Third party advertising is a way for those outside of the candidate’s campaign to express support of or opposition to candidates (or a “yes” or “no” answer to a question on the ballot) and to try to persuade voters to vote a certain way.

A third party advertisement is an advertisement in any broadcast, print, electronic or other medium that promotes, supports or opposes a candidate, or a “yes” or “no” answer to a question on the ballot. Advertisement includes traditional ads as well as materials such as brochures or signs.

Information for Voters

Electors in the Municipality of South Dundas will have two voting options in the 2022 Municipal Election, by internet or in-person via paper ballot.

A Voter Information Letter will be mailed directly to electors at the end of September/early October 2022, providing a voter with a PIN which will allow individuals to vote 24 hours a day for 8 days, from any telephone or any device connected to the internet or attend one of the pre-established Voting Locations

Compliance Audit Committee

The Municipal Elections Act makes it mandatory for municipalities to establish a Compliance Audit Committee to deal with complaints regarding election campaign financing in relation to candidates and registered third parties for each election, and to consider reports from the Clerk citing apparent instances of over-contributions.

Matt Shea