Aquatic Centre

Please note that the Aquatic Centre will be closed from September 5th to September 29th for annual maintenance. This is a full closure.

Voter Information

How do I view the candidate forum?

On September 29, 2021, St. Paul & District Chamber of Commerce & Eyetech Solutions hosted a candidate forum.  Click the button below to view the recording.

Candidate Forum - Virtual

Is there an ad that I can view to find out more information about the upcoming election?

Election Day Ad

When and where do I vote?

Mark your calendars! Voters will have the opportunity to cast their vote at either the Advance Vote or on Election Day.

The dates and times are as follows:
  • Advance Vote - Friday, October 8, 2021 from 1-8pm   or
  • Election Day - Monday, October 18, 2021 from 10am to 8pm

Voting Station:
St. Paul Recreation Centre (4802-53 Street)
*next to the UFO Landing Pad

Historically, the Advance Vote in the Town of St. Paul seemed to be a slower day. This day may be your best opportunity to avoid any line ups at the polls. Do not forget to bring along your ID.

What type of ID do I need to bring to vote?

Have your ID ready to vote! On February 22, 2021, Council passed a Voter ID Bylaw. A link to the document can be found here, the list of authorized ID's are listed on the last page. 

As well, Council passed an Elections Procedures Bylaw on November 23, 2020 which can be found here, this bylaw deals with the election procedures that the Returning Officer & staff would follow.

What if I am in the hospital or at an assisted living facility on election day?

Pending COVID-19 restrictions, the Town of St. Paul plans to have 2 poll workers attend the following facilities on Election Day - October 18th to allow the residents only to vote:

  • Sunnyside Manor 10am-12Noon
    (for Sunnyside Manor & Heritage Homes residents)
  • St. Therese Health Centre (Hospital) 1pm-230pm
  • Extendicare at 330pm-430pm

*Voting only open residents of the Town of St. Paul.
*NOT intended for employees, visitors or otherwise.
*The vote SHALL be conducted at a fixed location in a public area of the institution and workers may NOT attend voting conducted in the room of a resident of the institution.

LAEA, Section 80.2:
“An elector who on election day

(a) is confined to a treatment centre in the local jurisdiction, or
(b) is a resident in a supportive living facility in the local jurisdiction, that is established as an institutional voting station for the election is eligible to vote at that institutional voting station.”

Why should I vote?

Every Canadian citizen has the right to vote in the election of their governments. It is how Canadians choose which leaders represent them. Voting is a responsibility that all Canadians should exercise. Your community is shaped by the outcome of an Election. Voting connects citizens with the political process and with each other. When you take part in an election and express your view, you make democracy work. Your vote matters.

What is the percentage of population that has voted in the past?

Voter Turnout Information

The chart below represents the history of voter turnout in the Town of St. Paul.
Election Year Number of Eligible Voters Voter Count
Percentage of Voters
2004 1919   50%
2007 1725   42%
2013 1224   28%
2017 1667   37%
2021   1383