Third Party Advertising

Third party advertising refers to advertisements or other materials that support, promote or oppose a candidate, or support, promote or oppose a “yes” or “no” answer to a question on the ballot. Third party in this context is a person or entity who is not a candidate.

Third party advertising is separate from any candidate’s campaign, and must be done independently from a candidate. Any advertisements or materials that are made and distributed by a candidate, or under a candidate’s direction, are part of the candidate’s campaign.

Third party advertising is a way for those outside of the candidate’s campaign to express support of or opposition to candidates (or a “yes” or “no” answer to a question on the ballot) and to try to persuade voters to vote a certain way.

A third party advertisement is an advertisement in any broadcast, print, electronic or other medium that promotes, supports or opposes a candidate, or a “yes” or “no” answer to a question on the ballot. Advertisement includes traditional ads as well as materials such as brochures or signs.

Who can be a Third Party Advertiser?

To file a notice of registration you must be eligible. To be an eligible person or entity you must be:


Filing Process

Notices for Registration will be accepted at the Municipal Office during regular business hours from May 2, 2022 until Friday, October 21, 2022 (the Friday before Voting Day).

Notices for Registration must include:

Third Parties are requested to bring proof of identity and the unsigned forms with them to the Municipal Office where they are to be signed in front of the Returning Officer or Deputy Returning Officer and filed.

You must make an appointment to file.

Nadine Bennett, Deputy Clerk

613.283.4124 Ext. 1130


Declaration of Qualifications-Third Party

Notice of Registration-Third Party

Third Party Introductory Letter