The Municipal Election Act included requirements for Third Party Advertisers.
Coming soon – More information on Third Party Advertisers can be found on the Ministry of Municipal Affairs website.
May 2, 2022 – Registration for Third Party Advertising Opens
October 21, 2022 – Registration for Third Party Advertising Closes
What is a Third Party Advertisement?
A third party advertisement is an ad that supports, promotes or opposes a candidate or a “yes” or “no” answer to a question on the ballot.
Eligible Third Party Advertisers
The following are eligible to register as a third party advertiser:
- Any person who is a resident of Ontario
- A corporation carrying on business in Ontario
- A trade union that holds bargaining rights for employees in Ontario
Groups or businesses that are not corporations cannot register as third party advertisers. Candidates cannot register as third party advertisers.
Only registered third party advertisers may spend money on advertisements supporting, promoting or opposing candidates or answers to a question on the ballot during the municipal election.
Registered Third Party Advertisers
There are no Registered Third Party Advertisers listed at this time.
Forms and Resources
|Form #||Form Name|
|Form 7||Notice of Registration – Third Party|
|Form 8||Financial Statement – Auditor’s Report – Third Party|
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