General elections are held for each office every four years. Elections are held in order to elect a mayor and 6 councillors at-large. At-large means that Councillors can be elected from any area in town and do not represent a distinct ward or district.
Some municipalities, like the City of Regina, utilize a ward system. A ward is the district of the municipality in which you live. Voters are assigned to a polling area within their ward, determined by their address.
The next general municipal elections will be as follows:
2020 General Election affecting all cities, towns, villages, and RMs (for reeve and odd-numbered division councillors):
Monday, November 9th - ELECTION DAY
Polls open: 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.*
*Election Day is the second Wednesday of November, every four years unless election day falls on a statutory holiday. In that case, election day will be held on the Monday of that week
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