Sixty-nine municipalities across PEI held elections in November 2014. This report is a summary of the municipal results and other interesting facts arising from the elections.
Who can run for municipal office?
You can run for municipal office if you are:
18 years of age or older
a resident of your municipality for one year or more prior to the nomination date, and
a Canadian citizen.
What is the deadline for nominating...
Municipal councils on PEI vary in size. The City of Charlottetown must have a mayor and ten councillors, the City of Summerside must have a mayor and eight councillors, and the towns must have a mayor and six councillors each, but may have eight if using...
This manual is to assist the Town Administrators in discharging their duties and responsibilities under the Municipalities Act to coordinate and oversee the elections of municipal officials. Administrators are encouraged to become thoroughly conversant...
To vote in a municipal election, you must be:
18 years of age,
a Canadian citizen, and
a resident of the municipality for the past six months.
Can I vote if I own property or a business in the municipality but I’m not a resident?
No, you can only...