Municipal Election

Frequently Asked Questions:


When is the municipal election

The next municipal election will occur in the Fall of 2024.


What requirements must I meet in order to vote?

A voter must be at least 18 years of age, a Canadian citizen, lived in Saskatchewan for at least 6 months prior to the election, and must meet one of the following criteria:

  • A resident of the municipality for at least 3 months prior to the election
  • Owner of assessed land in the municipality for the past 3 months

What identification will I need to vote?

You must present one piece of valid government issued photo ID that contains your name and address (such as a Driver's License) OR two pieces of ID including one that shows your name and another that shows name and address (such as a passport with a utility bill or bank statement).

For more information on accepted ID, please refer to Appendix D of the Local Government Elections Regulations 2015.


I forgot to bring ID/I do not have ID. Can I vote?

You must have another person who can vouch for you. This person must be eligible to vote who has acceptable ID. This person be living at the same address as the voucher.  

You cannot have an election official, candidate or candidate’s agent vouch for you and if you have been vouched for, you cannot vouch for another voter.


Where do I go to vote?

The Municipal Election location will be announced closer to Election Day.  


What are the advance poll day(s) and where do I go to vote on these days? What time is the poll open?

The Advance Polls will be announced closer to Election Day.


How can I apply to run for Council?

All Nomination Packages must be completed and submitted to the Town Office by 4:00pm on October 26. 2021. You must have 5 nominators, a valid criminal record check within the past thirty (30) days, and 2 witnesses for the Candidate’s Acceptance. You must also complete a Public Disclosure Statement and include a Criminal Record Check.  


What requirements must I meet in order to run for mayor and / or council?

A candidate must be at least 18 years of age on Election Day, a Canadian citizen, a Saskatchewan resident for the past 6 months and not disqualified from being nominated by the LGEA or any other Act and is a resident within the municipality within the past 3 months.  


I live in the Resort Community of Eagle Point, Napatak, Potato Lake, etc. Do I vote in La Ronge?

The municipal election is for residents of the La Ronge municipality (i.e. within the Town’s boundaries) and a Voter’s Registration Declaration form must be completed. Residents of Eagle Point, Napatak, Potato Lake, etc. should contact Municipal Services at (306) 425-4320 to find out when and where you should vote as these communities are not within the Town of La Ronge’s municipal boundaries. Check the Local Government Elections Act to determine if you meet other requirements to vote in La Ronge.


Where can I find the Town of La Ronge Election Bylaw?

Information pertaining to the Town of La Ronge Municipal Elections can be found here.


Where are the results from the election?

2024 Municipal Election Results


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