Elections

The  Results of the 2016 Town of White City Election:

ndidates:                                                                    

Number of Votes or Acclamation/Elected

 Bank, Greg

109

Boschman, Andrew

201 Elected

Bratt, Barrie

83

Brule, Glen

167

Houston, Bill

112

Jelinski, Sandra

177

Kalynchuk, Tim

126

Kosteniuk, Robert

128

Moskal, Scott

208 Elected

Otitoju, Rebecca

228 Elected

Slack, Howard

283 Elected

Snyder, Cec

262 Elected

Zorn, Henry (Hal)

240 Elected

Official FormCC - Declaration of Results 

 

 


 

 

 

The 2016 Town of White City Municipal Election will take place on Wednesday October 26, 2016 at the White City Community Centre - 12 Ramm Ave East - See Notice of Poll

Voting procedures and eligiblity: See Below Candidates

 

There are 6 Council positions available.

The term is Four (4) years.

Council meets every other Monday at the Town Office Council Chambers.

The position of Mayor has Bruce Evans acclaimed - See Notice of Abandonment of Poll

For residents interested in an Advance poll - See Notice of Advance Poll

The Town Office at 14 Ramm Ave East will host the Advance Poll on Thursday, October 13th from 9AM to 4PM.

The following 13 Candidates have let their names stand for Town Of White City Councillor in the upcoming Election: (Full Nomination Forms can be viewed at the Town Office)

 

Bank, Greg

Adjuster

Boschman, Andrew

Business Owner              

Bratt, Barrie

Retired

Brûlé, Glen

General Manager

Houston, Bill

Maintenance Operator

Jelinski, Sandra

Retired

Kalynchuk, Tim

Health & Safety Advisory

Kosteniuk, Robert

Locomotion Engineer

Moskal, Scott

IT Professional

Otitoju, Rebecca

Office Admin/Clergy

Slack, Howard

Accountant

Snyder, Cec

Retired

Zorn, Henry (Hal)

Consultant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voting procedures and eligibility:

As of October 26, 2016 …

Are you a Canadian citizen and at least 18 years of age? Have you resided in Saskatchewan for at least six consecutive months? Are you a resident of White City or have you owned assessable land within this municipality for at least three consecutive months?

Then you’re eligible to vote!

If you are eligible to vote, you must complete a voter registration form at the Polling Station. Please allow for a few minutes to fill out this form.

  1. Bring government-issued photo ID that clearly shows your name and address

Acceptable forms of identification include those issued by the Government of Canada, the Government of Saskatchewan, a municipality or a government agency. 

 Legislated Eligibility Requirements

A person is eligible to vote in a municipality or school division who, on the Election Day:

  • Is a Canadian citizen;
  • Is at least 18 years of age;

In the case of a municipality, has resided in Saskatchewan for at least six consecutive months immediately preceding the day of the election and:

  • Has resided in the municipality for at least three consecutive months immediately preceding the day of the election; or

Is the owner of assessable land situated in the municipality for at least three consecutive months immediately preceding the day of the election.

 

Acceptable Identification

Appendix D TABLE 1 
Voter Identification 
[Section 14 of the Regulations]

  1. 1. Information Showing Name

    The following valid and original documents containing the name of the bearer: 

    1. 1-1 Birth Certificate
    2. 1-2 Canadian Blood Services Donor Card
    3. 1-3 Canadian Passport
    4. 1-4 Certificate of Canadian Citizenship (Citizenship Card or Citizen Certificate) issued by the Government of Canada
    5. 1-5 Certificate of Indian Status (Status Card) or Secure Certificate of Indian Status issued by the Government of Canada
    6. 1-6 Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) client card bearing the person’s photograph and signature or a card bearing the person’s photograph and signature issued by any registered charitable organization that provides services to persons with disabilities
    7. 1-7 Credit Card issued by a bank or credit union
    8. 1-8 Debit Card issued by a bank or credit union
    9. 1-9 Identification issued by the Canada Border Services Authority
    10. 1-10 Identification issued by Canadian Air Transport Security Agency (CATSA)
    11. 1-11 Identity Card issued by the Canadian Forces
    12. 1-12 Employee card issued by the Government of Canada, the Government of Saskatchewan, a Saskatchewan municipality, a school division or an Indian Band in Saskatchewan, or an agency of one of these entities
    13. 1-13 Firearm Possession and Acquisition Licence or Possession Only Licence issued pursuant to the Firearms Act (Canada)
    14. 1-14 Hunting, Angling and Trapping Licence issued pursuant to The Fisheries (Saskatchewan) Act, 1994 or The Wildlife Act, 1998
    15. 1-15 Hospital bracelet/Hospital card
    16. 1-16 Métis Nation Status Card issued by the Métis Nation – Saskatchewan
    17. 1-17 Old Age Security (OAS) Card issued pursuant to the Old Age Security Act (Canada)
    18. 1-18 Pleasure Craft Operator Card issued pursuant to the Canada Shipping Act
    19. 1-19 Parolee identification card or other identification card issued by an institution under the authority of the Commissioner of the Correctional Service of Canada
    20. 1-20 Radio Operator Card or Certificate issued by Industry Canada
    21. 1-21 Saskatchewan Driver’s Licence issued pursuant to The Traffic Safety Act
    22. 1-22 Saskatchewan Health Services Card issued pursuant to The Health Administration Act
    23. 1-23 Social Insurance Number Card issued by the Government of Canada
    24. 1-24 Student Identification Card issued by a post-secondary institution regulated by a Saskatchewan Act
    25. 1-25 Union Identification Card
    26. 1-26 Veterans Affairs Canada Health Identification Card
    27. 1-27 Wildlife Habitat Certificate
    28. 1-28 Professional or trade certification card or licence
    29. 1-29 any other piece of identification issued by the Government of Canada, the Government of Saskatchewan, a Saskatchewan municipality, a school division or an Indian Band in Saskatchewan, the Métis Nation – Saskatchewan or an agency of one of these entities bearing the person’s name
  2. 2. Information Showing Name and Address

    The following valid and original documents containing the name and address of the bearer: 

    1. 2-1 any document bearing the person’s name and address and issued by the Government of Canada, the Government of Saskatchewan, a Saskatchewan municipality, a school division or Indian band in Saskatchewan, the Métis Nation – Saskatchewan, or an agency of one of these entities
    2. 2-2 a Certification of Identity and Residence that is substantially in the form of Form A of Appendix A, issued by the responsible authority of a shelter, soup kitchen, student residence, senior residence or long-term care facility.
    3. 2-3 one of the following documents issued by the responsible authority of a shelter, soup kitchen, student residence, senior residence or long-term care facility: 

      1. (a) Letter of Stay
      2. (b) Admission Form
      3. (c) Statement of Benefits
      4. (d) An original or copy of an original document provided by the facility that includes the resident’s name, facility address and other relevant information indicating that the individual resides at the facility, such as: 

        1. (i) a resident data sheet;
        2. (ii) a Face Sheet from the Care Organizer Health Record System; or
        3. (iii) a similar document that is kept on record by the facility.
    4. 2-4 Bank Card Statement issued by a bank or credit union
    5. 2-5 Blank cheque bearing the person’s name and address
    6. 2-6 Credit Card Statement issued by a bank or credit union
    7. 2-7 Certified copy of title issued by the Registrar of Titles
    8. 2-8 Certificate of vehicle registration issued pursuant to The Traffic Safety Act
    9. 2-9 Correspondence issued by a post-secondary institution regulated by a Saskatchewan Act
    10. 2-10 Declaration witnessed by a notary public or Commissioner for Oaths
    11. 2-11 Document issued or certified by a court in Canada
    12. 2-12 Documents issued by a utility that supplies telephone, cable television, electricity, gas, or water services
    13. 2-13 Government cheque or cheque stub issued by the Government of Canada, the Government of Saskatchewan, a Saskatchewan municipality, a school division or Indian band in Saskatchewan, the Métis Nation – Saskatchewan, or an agency of one of these entities
    14. 2-14 Income Tax Assessment Notice issued by the Canada Revenue Agency
    15. 2-15 Insurance policy
    16. 2-16 Letter from the Public Guardian and Trustee
    17. 2-17 Pay cheque or pay receipt issued by an employer
    18. 2-18 Pension plan Statement of Benefits, Contributions or Participation
    19. 2-19 Property Tax Assessment Notice or a Tax Notice issued by a municipality
    20. 2-20 Residential Lease or Mortgage Statement
    21. 2-21 Statement of Crop Insurance issued by the Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation
    22. 2-22 Statement issued by the Workers’ Compensation Board
    23. 2-23 Statement of government benefits (employment insurance, old age security, social assistance, disability support or child tax benefit) issued by the Government of Canada or the Government of Saskatchewan
    24. 2-24 Voter identification card issued by a Saskatchewan municipality that shows name and address.
    Appendix D TABLE 2 
    Vouching 
    [Subsection 17(2) of the Regulations] 
    1. 1-1 spouse
    2. 1-2 father
    3. 1-3 mother
    4. 1-4 grandfather
    5. 1-5 grandmother
    6. 1-6 stepfather
    7. 1-7 stepmother
    8. 1-8 father-in-law
    9. 1-9 mother-in-law
    10. 1-10 brother
    11. 1-11 sister
    12. 1-12 brother-in-law
    13. 1-13 sister-in-law
    14. 1-14 son
    15. 1-15 daughter
    16. 1-16 stepson
    17. 1-17 stepdaughter
    18. 1-18 son-in-law
    19. 1-19 daughter-in-law
    20. 1-20 grandson
    21. 1-21 granddaughter

 

Signage:

Dear Candidates:

The Town will be removing elections signs that contravene the Town’s Bylaws on signage. If your sign is removed it can be found at the Maintenance shop at 14 Lipsett Street.

The provision for signs is within the Traffic bylaw, subsection 3(c). 

3. INFRACTIONS  

(c) MISCELLANEOUS SIGNS

(1)    No person shall, except where authorized by resolution of the Town Council, or when duly authorized by law, erect upon or immediately adjacent to any highway, any permanent sign, marker, signal or light or any advertising sign or device.

(2) No person shall deface, damage, destroy or remove any sign or marker erected pursuant to this bylaw

Under our  Zoning Bylaw 3.6 SIGNS

There is a provision for election signs during the period of an election, however, only on private property (not the ditch area or public spaces) and they are required to be removed within 7 days of the election.

Thank you.
Town of White City