Yes, you must be a Canadian citizen. You must also be:
To determine whether you are eligible to vote, see Local Authorities Election Act.
In order to vote, a voter must prove their identity and address. You can prove your identity by:
Yes, property ownership is not the determining factor on who can vote, all citizens who meet the eligibility to vote requirements, as per the Local Authorities Election Act, are eligible to vote.
No. You would not meet the eligibility criteria of the Local Authorities Elections Act as your place of residence must be located in the City of Red Deer on Election Day.
No, you may be a resident of only one place at a time for the purposes of voting under Local Authorities Election Act.
If a person has more than one residence, the person shall designate one place of residence for the purposes of the Local Authorities Election Act in the following order of priority:
No, The City of Red Deer did not pass a bylaw to prepare a list of electors who are entitled to vote in an election, and so does not have a voter list available to share with candidates.
If The City were to prepare a voter list, it would need to conduct an enumeration of electors in the city. The list of electors would be provided to a candidate, upon request, the day after nominations may be withdrawn as per the Local Authorities Election Act.
The City has measures in place to ensure residents’ information is protected. The City does collect some information from residents to support the administrative requirements of the local authorities election process. All personal information collected during the election is managed in compliance with the privacy provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and is destroyed soon after the election.