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Voting Info

Where Do I Vote: Lookup Tool

For information on when and where to vote, you can search your address using the Lookup Tool. There you will find:

  Your current ward,
  Your ward as of October 18, 2021,
  Advance voting options,
  Election Day voting station,
  Public school board details,
  Separate school board details.

 

You can also visit electionscalgary.ca for more on voting.

 

Advance Voting

Advance voting takes place from October 4 - 10. Here are the 37 designated voting locations.

 

Advance Voting Days and Hours

Day

Time

Mon. - Fri.

8 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Sat.

10 a.m. - 7 p.m

Sun.

10 a.m - 3 p.m

 

Voting is also open at City Hall from 8 am – 7 pm from October 4 to 8, 2021, and at the following campuses* from 9 am – 6 pm:

 

Building

Location

Date

University of Calgary

Dining Centre

Oct. 4 - 5

Bow Valley College

South Campus

Oct. 4 - 5

Mount Royal University

Wyckham House

Oct. 6 - 7

SAIT

Campus Centre Building

Oct. 6 - 7

*Campus COVID-related protocols and public access restrictions may apply. Please check with post-secondary institutions before going to vote.

People with disabilities can use voter assist machines at all Advance Vote locations.



Election Day - October 18, 2021

Election Day is Monday, October 18, 2021. There are 14 Election Day voting stations located in Ward 14. They will be open on Election Day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

Election Day Voting Locations

Station #

Location

Address

1401

Nickle Junior High School

2500 LAKE BONAVISTA DR SE

1402

St. Boniface Elementary School

927 LAKE SYLVAN DR SE

1403

Wilma Hansen School

963 QUEENSLAND DR SE

1404

Deer Run School

2127 146 AV SE

1405

Prince of Wales Elementary School

253 PARKLAND WY SE

1406

Mountain Park School

312 MT DOUGLAS CL SE

1407

McKenzie Lake School

16210 MCKENZIE LAKE WY SE

1408

Midnapore Elementary School

55 MIDPARK RI SE

1409

Sundance School

200 SUNMILLS DR SE

1410

Chaparral Elementary School

480 CHAPARRAL DR SE

1411

St. Sebastain Elementary School

65 CHAPARRAL DR SE

1412

Southview Alliance Church

20200 WALDEN BV SE

1413

All Saints School

729 LEGACY VILLAGE RD SE

1414

Fish Creek Elementary School

1039 SUNCASTLE DR SE

 

Special (Mail-In) Voting

Voters unable to vote during Advance Vote or on Election Day can vote by special (mail-in) ballot. Voters may be unable to vote because:

  of a physical disability,
  of and absence from the area, or
  they are an election worker, candidate, campaign worker, or scrutineer

 

Click for more on Special (Mail-In) Ballot Information and Requests.

 

Important Accomplishments

Budget Savings Account - (March 2021)

Incentivizing cost reduction from administration has long been a problem at City Hall. The Budget Savings Account is Peter’s answer to this problem. It has saved over $750 Million, and counting, so far.

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Zero Based Policy Review Program - (December 2019)

Much like its budgets, the City’s policies can sometimes get a little out of control. During just the pilot project for Peter’s “Zero-Based” POLICY review program identified approximately $150 Million that could be freed to inject into Calgary’s economy. There is more work to be done…

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Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) - (October 2019)

How do you feel about not paying for your blue cart? Or getting the equivalent of a 5-10% reduction in your property tax bill? Peter has been working overtime to make this happen. It is almost at the goal line, but it needs a champion like him.

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Property Tax Breakdown - (November 2020)

A clear and accessible breakdown of where your property taxes go has, somewhat bafflingly, been elusive at the City. Peter envisioned and developed an online resource for taxpayers to see where their money actually goes.

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Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacons (RRFBs) - (March 2021)

Working with administration, Peter found a way to install signalized crosswalks for a fraction of the old price. Because of him, there are many more safe crosswalks across the City today than there would otherwise have been.

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Zero-Based Reviews - (April 2019)

One of Peter’s first contributions was to initiate Zero-Based Service Reviews for City departments. These are ongoing, but to-date the budget savings are in the 10s of millions.

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