Be Sure You Are Registered to Vote in the Ontario Municipal and School Board Elections — October 24, 2022

On Monday, October 24, 2022 voters in Ontario will participate in school board and municipal elections.

The voice of Catholic ratepayers is important to the future of Catholic education in Ontario. In order to vote for Catholic trustees in school board elections, ratepayers must be registered as separate school supporters.

Ensuring you are registered as a separate school supporter is important for the protection and preservation of Catholic education in Ontario.  As a registered Catholic school supporter, you have the opportunity to elect trustees who will represent and address your interests and concerns at the school board level and at various levels of the government.  Registering your Catholic school support ensures your school board’s assessment roll is accurate.  This is important because:

  • Your school board’s assessment base is a public record of the breadth of support for Catholic schools;
  • It helps track demographic trends for educational planning purposes;
  • It guarantees your right to enroll your children in Catholic schools.

How to Check if You are Registered:

Visit, an online service created by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) to check the accuracy of your voter information;  or call your Municipal Clerk’s Office to inquire how to check the local list of electors.

If your name is not on the list of electors or if the information is incorrect (e.g. name, address or school support data missing or incorrect) you should:

Update or change your information, add a name to an address, or change your school support directly on the website. Go to the municipal offices for your community and fill out an application to be added to the list or to correct information. Proof of identification may be required.  Please call your municipal office to determine what documentation you may need.

For more information from the Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association, click here