Election Information

The next municipal general election will be held on October 18, 2021.

Nominations for the general election will be open between January 1, 2021 and September 20, 2021, with election day held 4 weeks after the nomination period closes.

Clear Hills County

Notice of Election and Requirements for Voter Identification

Local Authorities Election Act

(Sections 12, 35, 46 and 53) Alberta Senate Election Act (Sections 5, 37) Referendum Act(section 7)

CLEAR HILLS COUNTY 2021 MUNICIPAL ELECTION CANDIDATES

Ward

Candidate

Candidate

Position

1

Danae Walmsley

Wallace Calder

Councillor

2

Peter Frixel

Susan Hansen

Councillor

3

Amber Bean (Incumbent acclaimed)

 

Councillor

4

Delainah Velichka

Jason Ruecker

Councillor

5

David Janzen (Incumbent acclaimed)

 

Councillor

6

Abe Giesbrecht

Gary Moedt

Councillor

7

Nathan Stevenson

Ray Wetmore

Councillor

Clear Hills County

Notice of Election and Requirements for Voter Identification

Local Authorities Election Act

(Sections 12, 35, 46 and 53)

Local Jurisdiction of Clear Hills County in the Province of Alberta

Notice is hereby given that an election will be held for the filling of the following offices:

Office

Number of Vacancies

Ward or Electoral Office Division

Councillor

1

1

Councillor

1

2

Councillor

1

4

Councillor

1

6

Councillor

1

7

Voting will take place on the 18th day of October 2021 between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. The voting stations on Election Day will be located at:

Ward 1

David Thompson Hall

Ward 2

Dave Shaw Memorial Hall

Ward 4

Worsley Pioneer Club

Ward 6

Menno Simons Community School

Ward 7

Cherry Canyon Rec-Plex

Public Notice is hereby given to all electors that the following items are fixed pursuant to the Alberta Senate Election Act:

and Alberta Referendum Act: For the purpose of holding a vote on the following referendum question(s) under the Referendum Act,

  • That an election will be held for the election of a Senate nominee for the purposes of the

Alberta Senate Election Act;

  • That a vote of the electors will be held on the following referendum question(s) under the

Referendum Act:

  1. Should section 36(2) of the Constitution Act, 1982 – Parliament and the government of Canada’s commitment to the principle of making equalization payments – be removed from the constitution?
  2. Do you want Alberta to adopt year-round Daylight-Saving Time, which is summer hours, eliminating the need to change our clocks twice a year?

 

As per section 53 in the Local Authorities Election Act, in order to vote in municipal elections, proof of identity and current residence is required. Any one of the following documents that has your name and address on it will be accepted as valid proof:

  • Photo identification issued by a Canadian government or agency, whether federal, provincial or local;
  • Bank/credit card statement or personal cheque;
  • Correspondence issued by a school, college or university;
  • Government cheque or cheque stub;
  • Income/property tax assessment notice;
  • Insurance policy or coverage card;
  • Letter from a public curator, public guardian or public trustee;
  • Pension Plan statement of benefits, contributions or participation;
  • Residential lease or mortgage statement;
  • Statement of government benefits: e.g. Employment insurance, old-age security, social assistance, disability support, or child tax benefit;
  • Utility bill: e.g. Telephone, public utilities commission, television, electricity, gas or water;
  • Vehicle ownership, registration or insurance certificate; or
  • A letter or form (attestation) confirming that the person lives at the stated address. The letter can be signed by any of the following:
    • authorized representative of a commercial property management company;
    • authorized representative of a correctional institution;
    • authorized representative of a First Nations band or reserve;
    • authorized representative of a post-secondary institution;
    • authorized representative of a facility that provides services to the homeless; or
    • authorized representative of a supportive living facility or treatment centre;
    •  

DATED at the Hamlet of Worsley in the Province of Alberta this 21th day of September 2021.

Frequently asked questions: Local Authorities Election Act 2018 & 2020 Amendments

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