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Election 2017

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The Town of Paradise is holding its next municipal election Tuesday, September 26, 2017. In Newfoundland and Labrador, general municipal elections are held every four years on the last Tuesday in September. In Paradise voters choose one Mayor and six Councillors for Town Council. Voting strengthens our local government and helps make us a stronger community. Paradise operates under an "at-large" system in which its elected officials are chosen to represent the Town as a whole.

This page contains information and links for residents and candidates pertaining to Election 2017. Please note that this section will be updated as information becomes available.


Meet your candidates! This page includes information about those running for mayor and councillor positions in the election.

Where to Vote

Entre your information to find out where to vote on elaection day: Tuesday September 26. Note that Advance Polling is available 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on September 12 at the Paradise Double Ice Complex, 1 Sarah Davis Way.

Frequently Asked Questions

Visit our FAQ Page to learn about the election process, eligability, identification requirements, and more.

Forms and Other Resources

Looking for a specific form? Visit our forms page for the Municipal Elections Act and an index of election forms.


Nomination Procedures

The Nomination Date for the 2017 election is Thursday, August 31.Learn more about Nomination Procedures, including information on deadlines, applications, required deposits, and more.

Election Signage

Find out all of the information that you need to know about campaign signage.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about running in the upcoming election? Visit our Candidate FAQ Page to learn about the election process, eligibility, requirements, and campaigning regulations (signage, contributions etc.), and more.