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Voting & Elections

Voting is a fundamental right of democracy, and you are encouraged to participate in civic elections. Civic government is involved in almost every aspect of our daily lives. When you vote, you are selecting the representatives who will make the laws and policies that will determine how our city functions and how all of us live together.

The City Clerk acts as the Returning Officer for both municipal and school board elections as well as for voting on any questions or bylaws submitted by these bodies. Beginning in 2012, general elections in Saskatoon will be held every four years.  Elections can also be held to fill a Council vacancy or to vote on a bylaw resulting from a petition from electors.

The next municipal general election is scheduled for the fall of 2016.  See below for links to election resources or for information about past elections.

 

If you have any further questions about Municipal Elections, please use the online form, or call the Office of the City Clerk at 306-975-3240.