9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the voting station in your division. For your convenience we have two voting stations in each division where a vote will be held. Please be sure to check back after nomination day and view the list of Candidates running in your division. If by chance, a division has a Councillor that is acclaimed, this information will be posted at that time.
If you cannot make it to vote on Monday, October 16, 2017, please take advantage of one of the following advance vote locations:
Friday, October 6, 2017 at the Sangudo Golden Club from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at the Gunn Hall from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Voting Locations on Election Day
|Name of Hall||Division #||Address|
|Onoway Legion||Division #2||4808 - 50 Street|
|Stettin-Nakamun Hall||Division #2||1518 Twp. Rd. 562|
|Rich Valley Community Hall||Division #3||56213 RR. 33|
|Gunn Hall||Division #3||110-55022 Ste. Anne Trail|
|Cherhill Legion||Division #4||Lot #401 - 56102 RR. 53|
|Darwell Hall||Division #4||4525 Hwy. 633|
|Alberta Beach Hall||Division #5||4811 - 46A Avenue|
|Darwell Hall||Division #5||4525 Hwy. 633|
|Mayerthorpe Legion||Division #6||5111 - 45 Avenue|
|Deer Lodge Hall||Division #6||5410 Twp. Rd. 562|
|Peavine-Lake Romeo Hall||Division #7||6517 Twp. Rd. 590|
|Sangudo Golden Club||Division #7||4927 - 50 Avenue|
Voting Identification Requirements
Proof of identity and proof of current residence is required to vote in municipal elections. Lac Ste. Anne County accepts forms of identification as listed in the Government of Alberta Voter Identification Requirements. Pieces of identification must include your name and address. For more information on the types of identification that are accepted prior to voting, download the Voter Identification Requirements PDF below.
Lac Ste. Anne County council resolved to receive special ballots for the 2017 Municipal Election and further that the application for the special ballots be only received in writing or in person on the prescribed application form (Resolution #518-17).
What is a Special Ballot?
A special ballot is a ballot is a way for an elector who is unable to vote at an advance vote or at the voting station on Election Day because of a physical incapacity, absence from the local jurisdiction or being a returning officer, deputy returning officer, constable, candidate, official agent or scrutineer located at a voting station other than the one designated for their place of residence, may apply to vote by special ballot.
Who is eligible to receive a Special Ballot?
Section 77.1 (1) of the Local Authorities Election Act, states that an elector who is unable to vote at an advance vote or at the voting station on Election Day because of:
a) Physical incapacity.
b) Absence from the local jurisdiction, or
c) Being a returning officer, deputy returning officer, constable, candidate, official agent or scrutineer who may be located on election day at a voting station other than that for the elector’s place of residence
may apply to vote by special ballot.
How do I receive a Special Ballot?
Section 77.1 (2) of the Local Authorities Election Act, authorizes an elected authority, by resolution passed prior to nomination day, to provide for special ballots. Lac Ste. Anne County Council resolved to authorize to receive special ballots for the 2017 Municipal Election by method of in writing or in person on the prescribed form. Please download the Special Ballot form and submit to Tracy Mindus, Returning Officer or visit the Lac Ste. Anne County office located at 56521 Range Road 65.
The ONLY way to receive a special ballot will be for the reasons set out above.