The 2022 Municipal Council and School Boards Election will take place on October 26, 2022.
Current Mayor Brian Bowman has announced that he will not be seeking re-election.
Winnipeggers who are a Canadian citizen, 18 years of age or older on Election Day (October 26, 2022) and an actual resident or property owner in the City of Winnipeg for a period of at least six months (since April 26, 2022) will be eligible to vote.
To vote for a school trustee, you will need to br an actual resident in the school division ward on Election Day (October 26, 2022).
2022 Mayor of Winnipeg Candidates:
- Jennifer Motkaluk
- Christopher Clacio
- Don Woodstock
- Rick Shone
- Scott Gillingham
- Robert-Falcon Ouellette
- Shaun Loney
- Idris Ademuyiwa Adelakun
- Rana Bokhari
- Desmond Thomas
- Glen Murray
The City of Winnipeg requires every voter to provide proof of their name and current address by showing identification.
You have two options:
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
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
For more information, please contact 311.