Municipal Elections

Municipal levels


Province Election Date
New Brunswick May 9, 2016
Nova Scotia October 15, 2016
Saskatchewan (cities and odd numbered rural municipalities) October 26, 2016
Newfoundland and Labrador September 26, 2017
Alberta October 16, 2017
British Columbia October 20, 2018
Ontario October 22, 2018
Saskatchewan (even numbered rural municipalities) October 24, 2018
Manitoba October 24, 2018
Quebec November 5, 2018
Prince Edward Island November 5, 2018




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Crucial moment for voter participation

The municipal level of elections is extremely important to issues of life, family and faith, although it is often ignored by voters, and even by pro-lifers.

A large percentage of federal MP’s and provincial MPP's start their careers in municipal politics. For example, of the current federal members of parliament, at least 20% began their careers in municipal politics serving as councilors, mayors and school trustees.

The fact is, the school trustees of today are the very MP's who tomorrow will decide whether to continue propping up Canada's murderous abortion regime... or to finally grant legal protection to all human beings as justice demands.

The fact is, the city councilors of today are the provincial MPP's who tomorrow will decide to finally end the ludicrous policy of forcing pro-life citiizens to pay for abortion with their own tax dollars... or, who will decide to continue this bizarro-world, nightmare situation.

The fact is, today's small-town mayors of today are tomorrow's MP's who will restore the true definition of marriage in Canadian law... or continue bad social policy that is undermining the institution of the Family itself and legitimizing the indoctrination of our children with anti-family, anti-Christian values imposed in the classroom.

To the same extent that we ignore this level of elections, we ignore a powerful avenue to place Godly men and women in positions of authority.

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