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Election Canvassing In Condominiums – New Elections Ontario Rules

Denise Lash
Publication date:
May 15, 2018
Article Summary: 

Ontario's provincial election candidates and their representatives are allowed access to common elements in condominiums with seven or more residential units, according to new rules from Elections Ontario. The access must take place between certain hours and the canvassers must provide valid identification. If access is denied, the canvasser must complete a Notice of Denied Access Form and leave it with the condominium corporation, which must then grant access promptly. Failure to do so can result in monetary fines. However, residents are not required to open their doors when canvassers come knocking.


Ontario, provincial election, condominiums, election canvassing, common elements, access, canvasser, identification, denied access, Notice of Denied Access Form, condominium corporation, returning officer, administrative penalty, monetary fines, residential units, residents.

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Denise Lash
Election Canvassing In Condominiums – New Elections Ontario Rules
May 15, 2018
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