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Election 2022

2022 Election  

Do you want to make a real difference in your community? Do you have a passion for community service? Now is the time to step up to put your vision into action! 

The Municipal General Election for Mayor and Council for the Grandview Municipality is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, October 26, 2022. 

Please see the important information and links below if you would like to learn more about serving on Grandview Municipality Council. 

Do you have questions or would you like to register to be a candidate?

Feel free to contact Senior Election Official, Sharon Storozuk, at 204-648-7145 or at

Become A Candidate

Mayor & Council Candidate Information

2022 Candidates Guidebook 

Candidate Registration Form 

Use of Municipal Resources During 42-day Period Bylaw

Bylaw  Campaign Expenses and Contributions Bylaw

Candidate Nomination Form

Candidate Withdrawal Form

Schedule A Finance Statement

Registration Process

Candidates for Mayor and Councillor must register with the Senior Election Official before soliciting donations or incurring any campaign expenditures.

Through this process, a candidate becomes authorized to begin their election campaign. Once registered, the candidate will receive nomination papers.

Registration for Mayor begins May 1, 2022; for Councillors, registration begins June 30, 2022. Registration ends at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 20, 2022.

Nomination Process

Nomination papers are provided to prospective candidates at the time of registration.

All nomination papers must be filed in person with the Senior Election Official during the nomination period, which begins on Wednesday, September 14, 2022 and ends at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 20, 2022. 

Date of Election

October 26, 2022

Polls are open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Important Dates:

Candidate Registration Opens    

Mayor: May 1, 2022  

Councillors: June 30, 2022 

Campaign Period 

Mayor: May 1, 2022 to March 31, 2023

Councillors: June 30, 2022 to March 31, 2023

Nomination Period 

September 14 - 20, 2022 

Withdrawal Deadline

September 21, 2022

Filling of Election Finance Statements

No later than 210 days after election: May 24, 2023.

Election Workers

The Grandview Municipality will hire temporary election workers to assist at the voting stations on Election Day and to facilitate additional advance voting opportunities. If you are interested in working as an Election Officer, please contact the office at  204-546-5250 or email

You will be contacted between mid-August and the end of September to confirm the details and to collect additional information to assist in our recruitment.

Opportunities exist for persons 18 years of age, to work as an Election Officer during Advance Voting (October 3 - 21, 2022) and on Election Day (October 26, 2022).

Campaign Signage Information

In order to avoid any confusion, we want to ensure that all candidates have the information required before any signs are installed. 

Candidates may post signs on Boulevards and Public Property provided that:

  • The size does not exceed 3 square meters (32.0 sq feet)

  • The signs are not encroaching over a street or driveway

  • The horizontal clearance of the sign is at least .6m (2 feet) from the street and more than 3 meters (10 feet) from the property line.

Candidates may only put up signs on Private Property if they have the property owner's permission. 

As a courtesy to Property Owners, we ask you request permission to post campaign signs on boulevards adjacent to their property.

Please aim to have your election signs removed within one week after the election by November 1, 2022.

Voter eligibility for Mayor / Councillor

To vote for Mayor / Councillor, you must be:

  • a Canadian citizen; and
  • 18 years of age or older on Election Day (October 26, 2022); and
  • an actual resident or property owner in the Grandview Municipality for a period of at least six months (since April 26, 2022)

The following determines the residency of a voter:

  • voter is a resident of the place where they have their ordinary residence, and to which they intend to return when away from it
  • voter may be a resident of only one place at a time
  • voter does not change residence until they have a new residence

A person who leaves a municipality for temporary reasons is still considered a resident voter. For example, a student attending university or college outside the municipality, but who intends to return home after the term ends, is considered a resident voter.

A voter may vote only once in the same election, regardless of whether they own multiple properties.

For more detailed information regarding voting eligibility, please consult:

Identification Requirements

The Grandview Municipality requires every voter to provide proof of their name and current address by showing identification.

You have two options:

Option 1

Show one original piece of identification with your photo, name and address. It must be issued by a government agency.


  • A valid Driver’s License
  • Enhanced Identification Card
  • Any other card issued by a government agency with your photo, name and current address

Option 2

Show two original pieces of authorized identification that together provide evidence of your name and current address. Both must have your name and at least one must have your current address.

A combination of the below examples would be sufficient.


  • Voter's Notice
  • Manitoba Health Services card
  • Manitoba Blue Cross card
  • A blank personalized cheque
  • A Credit Card statement
  • An Old Age Pension/Security card
  • An income tax assessment statement
  • A utility bill
  • Canadian passport
  • Birth Certificate
  • Indian Status Card
  • Band Membership Card
  • Métis card
  • Card issued by an Inuit local authority