News & Analysis

Ontario Municipal Elections - October 22, 2018

On October 22nd, Ontarians will vote at the municipal level for local candidates running in towns a cities across the province.

Mayors, City Councillors, School Board Trustees, and Regional Chairs and Councillors will be elected to oversee such vital issues as local Catholic and Public school board policies, municipal infrastructure and financiing, and program funding and delivery. Children, parents, and families all have a great deal at stake in terms of the quality of their lives and their rights, so getting informed on your local candidates and getting out to vote in October is a must-do.

To help you carry out this important civic duty, CLC has created an online look-up tool that will help our supporters identity and compare the various candidates who will be running in the Ontario Municipal elections. 

We're busy identifying pro-life and pro-family candidates to recommend to you, but there will also be pro-abortion and anti-family candidates who want to extend the grip of the culture of sex-and-death into the lives and homes of every family in Ontario. Don't let that happen; get informed and vote!

Below are links to our Voters Guides to the various public offices at stake in Ontario's Municipal elections.  Please click on the appropriate link to find out about your local candidates. We updating these pages regularly as the countdown to October 22nd ticks by, so be sure to visit these pages regularly for new, endorsements of municipal candidates.

English Catholic School Board Trustees

English Public School Board Trustees

City Council

City Mayor

Regional Council

Note: If you have any information on the candidates that might be helpful for CLC to know, please share it with us.

Thanks, and God bless.

The Campiagn Life Elections Team