Municipal election Do’s and Don’ts
TSHC is reminding tenants about Toronto’s municipal election on Monday, October 24. TSHC encourages tenants and staff to participate in the election, following the election guidelines for campaigning in our communities.
What to do
You can vote on October 24 or in advance. You should receive a Voter Information Card in the mail. Please consult toronto.ca/elections for information on advance voting and the location of your voting station.
Do allow candidates to canvass in your building.
It’s any candidate’s right to be able to access potential constituents for the purpose of canvassing, which includes knocking on doors, talking to tenants and leaving flyers behind with those tenants.
Do put up election signs inside your home.
Examples include in your window or on your wall.
What not to do
Don’t put up election signs on your balcony or in common areas of your building.
This is both dangerous and against the law.
Don’t share any personal information you’re not comfortable sharing.
This includes with candidates who come to your door, or with anyone else. TSHC will not share tenant lists with candidates or political parties. We respect tenant privacy.
For more information about Toronto’s municipal election, visit toronto.ca/elections, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 3-1-1.
Contact the Tenant Support Centre at 416-945-0800 if you need this poster in an alternate language or format.