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Voting independently and privately is a critical element in the democratic process, so it is incumbent upon municipalities to remove barriers to participation in electing representatives.

The Municipal Elections Act, 1996, states that the Clerk shall prepare a report within 90 days after voting day in a regular election, about the identification, removal and prevention of barriers that affect electors and candidates with disabilities. Town Staff strived to make the 2018 Municipal Election accessibleand inclusive.

View the Post-Election Accessibility Report (pdf)

The 2018 Municipal Election Accessibility Plan addresses the specific accessibility requirements in relation to the Town of Caledon's 2018 Municipal Election. 

In an effort to ensure that the 2018 Municipal Election is consistent with core principles of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (2005) this planning document was developed in advance of the election in order to identify measures to be taken and reported following the election.

This Plan is an active document that will be improved and updated as best practices are identified and new opportunities for improvement arise.

View the 2018 Municipal Election Accessibility Plan (pdf)

The CNIB has produced materials to help communities better serve the needs of people who are blind, partially sighted or Deafblind. Resources can be found on the CNIB website.


If you have any questions regarding election information, please contact us by phone at 905.584.2272 x. 2366 or by email at

To access this information in an alternate format, please contact the Legislative Services Division at 905-584-2272 x. 2366 or email at

You can also visit Town Hall, Legislative Services Section, 6311 Old Church Road, Caledon, ON L7C 1J6, during regular business hours - Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.