Municipal & School Board Elections

In Ontario, municipal and school board elections take place the fourth Monday of October every four years. The municipal election is your opportunity to have a say on who will be your mayor, ward councillor, regional chair, regional councillors, and school board trustees. School Board Trustees are responsible for identifying the needs and priorities of our community and ensuring every student can succeed. These elected officials make important decisions that affect your city, community, region and schools.

2022 Waterloo Catholic District School Board Trustee Official Election Results

Official WCDSB Election Results

2022 Waterloo Catholic District School Board Trustee Unofficial Election Results

Unofficial WCDSB Election Results

2022 Official Election Results  

Certificate of Election Results

2022 Unofficial Election Results 

Unofficial Election Summary Report

Results by Poll

Find Candidates 

Check who is running for office in the municipal election below. Find candidates' websites and contact information (as candidates establish their campaign websites and once they share them with the City, they will be added here). 

The following list contains website links provided by candidates and third party advertisers to the City Clerk. The City Clerk provides these links to the public strictly as a convenience to promote citizen involvement in the municipal election. The Clerk does not operate or control any aspect of these sites. By providing a link to a candidate or third advertiser’s site, the Clerk is not endorsing them. The Clerk does not review, endorse or approve the sites and is not responsible for them in any way.  

 City of Cambridge Candidates 
NameContactFiling Date
Kathryn McGarry

May 2, 2022
Jan Liggett


May 3, 2022
Randy Carter   June 9, 2022
Cody Botelho   August 18, 2022


Ward 1 Councillor
NameContactFiling Date
Michelle Goodridge (Rejected)


June 20, 2022
Paul Brown July 22, 2022
Erick Takor


July 29, 2022
Donna Reid August 4, 2022
Helen Shwery


August 18, 2022


Ward 2 Councillor
NameContactFiling Date
Mike Devine


June 29, 2022
Piyush Nanda

August 15, 2022
Matt Rogers 

August 19, 2022

Ward 3 Councillor
NameContactFiling Date
Nate Whalen June 30, 2022
Corey Kimpson


July 14, 2022
Michele Braniff 

August 11, 2022
Tracy Hipel 


 August 12, 2022
Belinda Karahalios

August 17, 2022

Ward 4 Councillor
NameContactFiling Date
Ross Earnshaw

May 9, 2022
Barbara Harrington

June 3, 2022
Clifford Vanclief


July 14, 2022
Usman Lalva


August 5, 2022

Ward 5 Councillor
NameContactFiling Date
Sheri Roberts


May 9, 2022
Pam Wolf - WITHDRAWN   May 26, 2022
Mark D. Fisher


June 8, 2022
Naeem Awan

August 11, 2022
Amanda Maxwell 

August 16, 2022
Jim Karahalios

August 19, 2022

Ward 6 Councillor
NameContactFiling Date
Kris Langford

May 20, 2022
Bill Conway

June 6, 2022
Shannon Adshade June 21, 2022
Adam Cooper

June 30, 2022
Eian Campbell  August 17, 2022

Ward 7 Councillor
NameContactFiling Date
Scott Hamilton
May 10, 2022
Chris Sim

August 15, 2022
Manuel da Silva  August 18, 2022

Ward 8 Councillor
NameContactFiling Date
Nicholas Ermeta 


July 7, 2022
Jack Perkes August 18, 2022
Vandan Patel

519 352 4100

August 19, 2022
David Hood


August 19, 2022
Region of Waterloo Candidates (certified by the Region of Waterloo)
Regional Chair
NameContactFiling Date
Narine Dat Sookram


May 2, 2022
Karen Redman



 May 16, 2022
Brendon John Da Costa 

August 17, 2022


Regional Councillor
NameContactFiling Date
Prakash Venkataraman


May 6, 2022
Crystal Whetham



 June 1, 2022
Doug Craig


June 30, 2022
Bobbi Stewart 



 July 18, 2022
Pam Wolf


July 25, 2022
Tyler Calver


August 15, 2022


School Board Candidates

Trustee, Waterloo Catholic District School Board
NameContactFiling Date
Marisa Phillips  July 18, 2022
Jesse Keels July 29, 2022
Michael John Rattee


August 11, 2022
Winston Darryl Francis

August 19, 2022
David Guerin August 19, 2022
Robert Sikora

August 19, 2022
Trustee, Waterloo Region District School Board
NameContactFiling Date
Cindy Watson   June 23, 2022 
Jayne Herring July 25, 2022
Carla Johnson August 2, 2022 
Luxon Burgess

 August 11, 2022
Bill Cody

August 17, 2022
Mandi Bond

August 17, 2022
Linda Brooks

August 18, 2022
Courtney Waterfall



 August 19, 2022


Conseiller/Conseillère, Conseil Scolaire Viamonde pour représenter la Région de Waterloo et les Comtés de Wellington, Middlesex, Perth et Huron
NameContactFiling Date
Joseph Vandermeer  August 12, 2022 
David O'Hara


August 19, 2022
Conseiller/Conseillère, Conseil Scolaire Catholique MonAvenir pour représenter la Région de Waterloo et les Comtés de Brant, Haldimand et Norfolk
NameContactFiling Date
Éric Sanderson  July 25, 2022
Dorothee Petit-Pas 


 August 8, 2022
Gilles Roy  August 12, 2022
Withdrawn Nominations 
NameWithdrawn PositionWithdrawn Date
Pam Wolf Ward 5 Councillor  July 25, 2022
Third Party Advertisers

Third party advertising includes any advertisement in broadcast, print, electronic or other medium that has the purpose of promoting, supporting or opposing:

  • a candidate
  • a municipal question on the ballot

Third party advertising does not include:

  • an advertisement by or under the direction of the candidate
  • when no expenses are incurred by the person, corporation or trade union, in relation to the advertisement
  • advertising or communication that is given to or transmitted by an individual to employees, by a corporation to its shareholders, directors, members, or employees or by a trade union to its members or employees

Third party advertising does not apply to "issues". This allows advocacy groups to continue their issue-based advocacy and community work during the municipal election.

Third parties who want to advertise in the election will have to register in each municipality where the third party intends to advertise. Registration allows a third party to promote or oppose any candidate or question on the ballot in the local election.

**Candidates may not direct a registered third party advertiser. Candidates may not coordinate, organize or govern how a registered third party advertiser displays and/or produces election advertisements.


The following persons and entities are eligible to register as a third party advertiser:

  • an individual normally a resident in Ontario
  • a corporation that carries on business in Ontario
  • a trade union that holds bargaining rights for employees in Ontario

The following persons and entities are not eligible to register as a third party advertiser:

  • a municipal candidate
  • a federal political party registered under the Canada Elections Act (Canada) or any federal constituency association or registered candidate at a federal election endorsed by that party
  • a provincial political party, constituency association, registered candidate or leadership contestant registered under the Election Finances Act
  • the Crown in right of Canada or Ontario, a municipality or local board


Registered Third Party Advertisers

Campaign Life Coalition

Who Can Vote

You can vote in the municipal election if you are:

  • A Canadian citizen; and
  • At least 18 years of age; and
  • An owner or tenant of land in the Region of Waterloo; or
  • A spouse of a resident, owner, or tenant of land in the Region of Waterloo; and
  • Not prohibited from voting under any law.

You cannot vote in a municipal election if you are:

  • serving a sentence of imprisonment in a penal or correctional institution
  • a corporation
  • a person acting as executor or trustee or in any other representative capacity, except as a voting proxy
  • a person who was convicted of the corrupt practice as per the Municipal Elections Act, 1996, if voting day in the current election is less than four years after voting day in the election in respect of which he or she was convicted

Where and How to Vote

The City of Cambridge offers both in person and online voting options. Note: you can only vote one time in an election.

For the fastest voting experience, bring these items to your voting location:

  • Voter Information Letter 
  • personal identification (ID)

Proof of identity is required to vote. View a list of acceptable identification.

You can vote in one of three ways:

 On Election Day

Monday, October 24, 2022

10 a.m.-8 p.m.

Find your voting location below. Each location selected has accessible entrances and facilities for persons living with a disability. On Election Day, Cambridge City Hall (50 Dickson St.) is a fully accessible voting location and will offer accessible voting devices (hand-held touchpad, paddles, and sip and puff) for ballot marking which meets full accessibility standards. To arrange for at-home voting on election day, please contact

Ward 1

  • Silverheights Public School, 390 Scott Road
  • Parkway Public School, 334 Preston Parkway
  • Ecole St. Noel-Chabanel, 640 Trico Drive
  • Langs Farm Community Centre, 1145 Concession Road

Ward 2

  • Our Lady of Fatima School, 55 Hammet Street
  • W.G Johnson Centre, 31 Kribs St
  • Hespeler Arena, 640 Ellis Road
  • Hespeler Public School, 300 Winston Blvd.

Ward 3

  • Royal Canadian Legion, Br. 126, 334 Westminster Dr. N.
  • William G Davis Public School, 530 Langs Drive
  • Preston High School, 550 Rose Street
  • Preston Auditorium, 1458 Hamilton Street 

Ward 4

  • Armenian Community Centre, 15 International Village Drive
  • Avenue Road Public School, 40 Gail Street
  • St. Anne’s School, 127 Elgin St. N.
  • Central Public School, 175 Main Street E. 

Ward 5

  • Blair Road Public School, 85 Sunset Blvd.
  • St. Augustine’s School, 177 Bismark Drive
  • Southwood Secondary School, 30 Southwood Drive
  • St. Gregory’s Parish Hall, 10 St. Gregory Drive 

Ward 6

  • Chalmers Street Public School, 35 Chalmers Street South
  • Monsignor Doyle Secondary School, 185 Myers Road
  • Glenview Park Secondary School, 55 McKay Street
  • Hamilton Family Theatre, 46 Grand Avenue S. 

Ward 7

  • Centre Communautaire Francophone, 647 Franklin Blvd.
  • Holy Spirit Elementary School, 15 Gatehouse Drive
  • St. Vincent De Paul School, 30 Faial Road
  • Forward Baptist Church, 55 Franklin Blvd.

Ward 8

  • Galt Curling Club, 1610 Dunbar Rd
  • St. Margaret Elementary School, 210 Cowan Blvd.
  • Clemens Mill Public School, 335 Saginaw Parkway
  • Avenue Road Baptist Church, 465 Avenue Road
 Internet Voting
Opens: Friday October 7, 2022 (12am / midnight)

Closes: Monday October 24, 2022 (7:59pm)

**Dates have been updated from previously advertised dates 

 Advanced Voting Poll

Advance Voting offers the convenience of voting from your vehicle.

Locations include:

  • Forward Baptist Church, 55 Franklin Blvd. Thursday and Friday, October 6 and 7, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Preston Auditorium Arena, 1458 Hamilton Street, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 11 and 12, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Hespeler Arena, 640 Ellis Road, Saturday, October 15, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Where Do I Vote?

Search for your Voting Location using your Address.

You can vote at any of the Curbside Advance locations on the scheduled dates; and at any of the locations in your ward on Voting Day.

Note: You can vote only once in your preferred voting opportunity.

Are You on the Voters’ List for the Upcoming Municipal Election?

Voters can visit City Hall to add themselves to the Voters' List if they are not currently registered as Cambridge Voters. Voters can also correct their personal information (i.e. name, property address, school support) by visiting City Hall. Voters can only add or update their own information. You cannot add or update information for other voters. 

Even if you had updated your information with Elections Ontario for the Provincial Election that took place in June 2022, you must also update your information with the City of Cambridge.

Please note that no revisions or additions can occur online or over the phone with City representatives. All changes must be made in person at City Hall. Voters must bring valid proof of identification with them in order to make any Voters' List revisions. 

Updating this information will help to ensure that municipal voters’ lists are accurate and up to date in preparation for municipal and school board elections this October.

My Name is Not on the Voters' List. How Can I Add It?

If your name is not on the voters’ list, complete the Application to Amend the Voters’ List and visit the Municipal Clerk’s Division at 50 Dickson Street, Cambridge, during regular business hours (Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm). 

What if My Name or Address is Not Entered Correctly on the Voters' List?
To correct your information on the Voters’ List, call (519) 623 - 1340 ext. 4339 or visit the Municipal Clerk’s Division at 50 Dickson Street, Cambridge, during regular business hours. 
Can I Remove Someone Else’s Name From the Voters’ List?

Yes, if the person is deceased. You may bring the proof of death to the Municipal Clerk’s office on the 1st Floor of City Hall at 50 Dickson Street, Cambridge. 

No, if the person is living. You cannot remove another living person from the Voters’ List except yourself. If you want to remove someone from the Voters’ List who is identified at your property, you may contact MPAC (1-866-296-6722) to make a request. 

I am Sure I am on the Voters’ List but am Told I am not. Why?

There may be several reasons why you are not showing on the Voters’ List, including:

  • You are included on the list with one name, but you are checking with another name (e.g., “Pat” instead of “Patricia”).
  • You have moved within the last four years.
  • Your name, address, or birthdate are recorded incorrectly on the voters’ list and do not match what you have typed in.
  • MPAC may not have been able to confirm your eligibility (i.e., citizenship, etc.) and left you off the list.

Offices to be Elected 

  • Mayor of the City of Cambridge - One (1) to be elected at large.
  • Councillor for the City of Cambridge - Eight (8) to be elected, one in each ward.
  • Regional Chair of the Region of Waterloo - One (1) to be elected by all voters in the Regional Municipality of Waterloo.
  • Regional Councillor for the Waterloo Region - Two (2) to be elected by all voters in the City of Cambridge.
  • Waterloo Region District School Board Trustee - Three (3) to be elected by all voters in Cambridge and North Dumfries.
  • Waterloo Catholic School Board Trustee - Three (3) to be elected by all voters in Cambridge and North Dumfries.
  • French Language Public School Trustee (Conseil Scolaire Viamonde) - One (1) to be elected by all voters in the Regions of Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Perth, and Huron-London Clerk.
  • French Language Separate School Trustee (Conseil Scolaire Catholique MonAvenir) - One (1) to be elected from the Regions of Waterloo, County of Brant, County of Haldimand, and Norfolk County.