Supplemental municipal election information for Peel Regional Chair candidates and voters.
Election Procedure Manual (PDF) – updated May 22, 2018
The Regional Clerk's procedures and forms used to conduct the 2018 Municipal Election of Regional Chair.
Courses and presentations
- Candidate Information Session (April 10, 2018) Presentation (PDF)
A review of what candidates should know before deciding to run for Peel Regional Chair.
- AMO e-course: So You Want to Run for Council 1.0
An overview of what candidates should know before deciding to run for municipal office.
About the Region
- Office of the Regional Clerk
- Regional facilities & maps (PDF)
- Region of Peel demographics
Key demographic data for Peel, including 2011 Census data, health data, ward profiles and ethnic diversity.
- Regional Roads (PDF)
Map of roads serviced by the Region.
- Region of Peel map with ward boundaries (PDF)
For information on election sign policies, placement and enforcement, visit your municipality election website:
- City of Brampton Sign Bylaw 399-2002 (PDF)
- Town of Caledon – Election Signs
- City of Mississauga Sign Bylaw 54-02 (PDF)
Third party advertising
Compliance Audit Committee
- Council Business Expense Policy (PDF)
Provides Members of Council with guidelines for reimbursement of expenses for business travel and incidental business expenses.
- 2017 Statement of Remuneration and Expenses (PDF)
Provides the 2017 Statement of Remuneration and Expenses as required under section 284 of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended
- Council Remuneration and Benefits (PDF)
- Use of Corporate Resources for Election Policy (PDF)
Lists the provisions that ensure Regional corporate resources are not used for election-related purposes.
- Peel Regional Council Code of Conduct (PDF)
Provides a basis for the Regional Chair and Members of Council to promote high standards of ethical conduct through a direct referral or recourse to public opinion.
- Region of Peel 2018 Municipal Elections Accessibility Plan (PDF)
How the Region will remove barriers and improve accessibility for persons with disabilities.
- 2018 Candidates' guide for Ontario municipal council and school board elections
- 2018 Guide for third party advertisers - Ontario municipal council and school board elections
- MPAC – Voterlookup.ca
Voters can check or update personal electoral information, add an elector to an address, or change school support.
- Lobbyist Registry
An accessible public record of all lobbyists, detailing lobbyists' names, who they lobbied, and what they lobbied about.
- 2018 Voters' guide for Ontario municipal council and school board elections
- Municipal Elections Act, 1996
Regulates the conduct of municipal and school board elections in Ontario and sets out roles for municipal clerks and councils
- Municipal Act, 2001
The main statute governing the creation, administration and government of Ontario's municipalities.
- Municipal Conflict of Interest Act, 1990
Prevents Members of Council from being involved in the decision-making process for matters in which they have a personal economic interest.