Election Information for Candidates

Candidates Election 2022

The upcoming Municipal Election to elect a Mayor, Municipal Councillors and School Board Trustees will be held on Monday, October 24, 2022. This Four (4) Year Term of Office starts November 15, 2022 and will end on November 14, 2026.

On this page

  1. Official Guides
  2. Filing Nomination Papers & Required Forms
  3. Unofficial List of Candidates

Official Guides

The Province of Ontario has published their official online 2022 Candidates' Guide for municipal and school board elections as well as a 2022 Third Party Advertisers' Guide.

Find out how to run as a candidate in Ontario municipal council and school board elections and how to register as a third party advertiser in Ontario municipal council and school board elections and the rules you must follow under the Municipal Elections Act.

2022 Candidates’ Guide2022 Third Party Advertisers’ Guide

Find out how to run as a candidate in Ontario municipal council and school board elections.Find out how to run as a candidate in Ontario municipal council and school board elections.

Find out how to run as a candidate in Ontario municipal council and school board elections.

Find out how to run as a candidate in Ontario municipal council and school board elections.

Find out how to run as a candidate in Ontario municipal council and school board elections.


Filing Nomination Papers

Nominations will be received by the municipal Clerk at any time during normal office hours between May 2, 2022 and August 18, 2022 and between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on August 19, 2022 (Nomination Day).

  • Identification must be provided at the time of filing your nomination paper. If an agent is filing on your behalf they must have identification for you and provide their own identification.
  • Anyone wishing to run for office on a council must submit the signatures of 25 eligible electors supporting the nomination. The individuals providing the signatures will each have to sign a declaration stating that they were eligible to vote in the municipality on the day that they signed the endorsement.
  • If a candidate files a nomination, and then changes their mind and decides to run for a different office on the same council, they are not required to submit new signatures.
  • The requirement to submit 25 signatures does not apply to candidates running for school board trustee positions
  • Nomination fees are $100.00 for Councillors and School Trustees and $200.00 for the Office of Mayor.The filing fee is payable by cash, certified cheque, money order or electronic payment if specified by the Clerk.

Required Forms

 Nomination Paper - Form 1

To be completed by a person wishing to be a candidate in a municipal or school board election. Must be filed with the clerk of the municipality responsible for conducting the election, along with the prescribed fee.

Nomination Paper - Form 1

You will be redirected to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing of Ontario's website. The secure and fillable PDF forms are provided by the Province of Ontario and require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software. 

Endorsement of Nomination - Form 2
(with the signature of 25 voters supporting your nomination)

The requirement to submit Form 2 with 25 nomination signatures does not apply to candidates running for school board trustee positions.

  • Candidates must obtain 25 original signatures.
  • An individual providing an endorsement signature must be a Canadian citizen, aged 18 or older and have a qualifying address in the township of Champlain. An individual may sign an endorsement for more than one person seeking nomination.
  • The qualifying address provided must include the postal code.

Endorsement of Nomination - Form 2

You will be redirected to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing of Ontario's website. The secure and fillable PDF forms are provided by the Province of Ontario and require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software. 

Notice of Registration - Third Party - Form 7

To be completed by an individual, corporation or trade union that wishes to incur expenses for a question on a municipal ballot. Must be filed with the municipal clerk.

Notice of Registration - Third Party - Form 7

You will be redirected to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing of Ontario's website. The secure and fillable PDF forms are provided by the Province of Ontario and require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software. 


Unofficial List of Candidates

The candidates listed below have filed their nomination paperwork to run for office in the Township of Champlain 2022 municipal election. The Township Clerk will review and certify nominations in accordance with the Municipal Elections Act, 1996. A list of Certified Candidates will be posted on August 22, 2022. 

Unofficial list of Candidates for Councillor
Name of CandidateWard
Duval, Paul Emile Ward 1 - Vankleek Hill
Lalonde, Michel Ward 2 - L'Orignal
Roy, André Ward 2 - L'Orignal
Burroughs, Paul Ward 3 - Longueuil
Clément, Ginette Ward 3 - Longueuil
Miner, Gérard "Gerry" Ward 4 - West Hawkesbury

 

Unofficial list of Candidates for School Board Trustee
Name of CandidateSchool Board
Wilson, Sue  Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario (English Catholic)

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