Nominations packages are now available at the Municipal office for the following seats:
The Ministry of Government Relations has developed a new document aimed at informing citizens of the requirements and process of running for municipal council.
The intent of this document is to better inform citizens of the process of running for council and to provide a brief overview of what they can expect should they be successful in their quest of municipal office.
A person is eligible to be nominated as a candidate in a rural municipal election and hold office as a member of council if the person:
A person is eligible to vote in the Rural Municipality who, on election day:
A person is eligible to vote only in one (1) division in the rural municipality; to determine which division you qualify to vote in you must determine which section first applies to you in the following order:
Regardless of which division you qualify to vote in, you are also eligible to vote for the reeve.
10 September Nominations open
7 October Nominations close at 4:00 pm
8 October Final date for withdrawal of Candidates at 4:00 pm
9 October Returning officer will declare if a vote will be held (more candidates than
will acclaim candidates (number of candidates equal number
4 November Day of Advance Poll 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
9 November Election day 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
10 November Returning officer will declare the results of votes
16 November All election signs and posters to be removed
Last update October 13, 2020 Copyright © 2019 RM of Nipawin No.487 - All Rights Reserved.
Photo credits to: Josee Chabot, Ashley Lonson, Christian Paquette, Janel Parkinson, Ken Shreiner,
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