Supplemental municipal election information for Peel Regional Chair candidates and voters.
Courses and Presentations
Candidate Information Session (April 10, 2018) Presentation (PDF).
A review of what candidates should know before deciding to run for Peel Regional Chair.
AMO e-course: So You Want to Run for Council 1.0
An overview of what candidates should know before deciding to run for municipal office.
About the Region
Region of Peel demographics
Key demographic data for Peel, including 2011 Census data, health data, ward profiles and ethnic diversity.
Regional Roads (PDF)
Map of roads serviced by the Region.
For information on election sign policies, placement and enforcement, visit your municipality election website:
- City of Brampton Sign Bylaw 399-2002 (PDF)
- Town of Caledon – Election Signs
- City of Mississauga Sign Bylaw 54-02 (PDF)
Third party advertising
Council Business Expense Policy (PDF)
Provides Members of Council with guidelines for reimbursement of expenses for business travel and incidental business expenses.
2017 Statement of Remuneration and Expenses (PDF)
Provides the 2017 Statement of Remuneration and Expenses as required under section 284 of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended
Use of Corporate Resources for Election Policy (PDF)
Lists the provisions that ensure Regional corporate resources are not used for election-related purposes.
Peel Regional Council Code of Conduct (PDF)
Provides a basis for the Regional Chair and Members of Council to promote high standards of ethical conduct through a direct referral or recourse to public opinion.
Region of Peel 2018 Municipal Elections Accessibility Plan (PDF)
How the Region will remove barriers and improve accessibility for persons with disabilities.
Municipal Elections Act, 1996
Regulates the conduct of municipal and school board elections in Ontario and sets out roles for municipal clerks and councils
Municipal Act, 2001
The main statute governing the creation, administration and government of Ontario’s municipalities.
Municipal Conflict of Interest Act, 1990
Prevents Members of Council from being involved in the decision-making process for matters in which they have a personal economic interest.