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Milton Votes 2014 - Library

Below you will find a list of links to by-laws, guides, courses and legislation relating to municipal elections in the Town of Milton. These links will be updated as more information becomes available.

Official List of Candidates

View the list of certified candidates as well as the declaration of acclamation.

Town of Milton Guides and Regulations 

Candidate Handbook

The 2014 Candidate Handbook is being prepared for the purpose of supplying information that may be of assistance to persons intending to stand for elected office. Once posted, it will be updated during the election year as required. 

Please email the Accessibility Coordinator at accessibility@milton.ca if you require this document in an alternative format.

Photographs using Town Hall

Want to use Town Hall as a background for your campaign literature?    No problem!  Those wishing to use the Council Chambers or the Milton Room during office hours for pictures are required to book the room(s) prior to using them.  There is no cost to book the room(s) and it will give you exclusive use for your pictures.  Please ensure you include the date, time (start and finish) and a contact name and number for us to confirm the booking.  

You may also take pictures in the lobby during office hours.  The lobby cannot be booked and you will not have exclusive use of it.  There is no charge to use the lobby.

It is important to note that the Town logo is owned by the corporation and it is not allowed to be used on any campaign materials.


Please email the Accessibility Coordinator at accessibility@milton.ca if you require this document in an alternative format.

Ward Maps

You can now see all of the wards, voting subdivisions and the voting locations.

Federal and Provincial Legislation 



Provincial Accessibility Guides

Other Accessible Guides

From the Association of Municipal Managers, Clerks and Treasurers of Ontario (AMCTO):

School Board Guides

From the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MAH):


The Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) is offering an online course for those individuals who are planning to run for a seat on municipal council.

For information on the "So you want to run for Council" course and other workshops visit AMO'S training page

Other Resources