The tools below will help you find your electoral district, register or update your information on the Voters List, and search political contributions. After a general election or by-election has been called, you will also be able to use our Voter Information Service to find out when and where you can vote, and search for candidates in your electoral district.
Ontario is currently divided into 107 electoral districts but the number of electoral districts will increase for the 2018 general election.
You can use our Find an Electoral District service to:
- find an electoral district for the general election in 2018, or
- find an current electoral district for any by-elections that take place before the general election.
If you are looking for information about your MPP, please visit the Legislative Assembly of Ontario website.
After a general election or by-election has been called, you will be able to use our Voter Information Service to find the dates, times and locations of where you can vote — whether you decide to vote at your returning office, during advance polls or on election day.
After a general election or by-election has been called, you will be able to use our Find my Candidate service to find a list of candidates in your electoral district.
All contributions to political entities over $100.00 from one source must be reported to Elections Ontario within 10 business days after deposit. Elections Ontario will post these contributions on our website within 2 business days of receipt.
You can use our Election Finance Database to search the political contributions filed with Elections Ontario by:
- political parties
- leadership contestants
- constituency associations
- contribution report
- financial statements
Please note that contributions filed from 2005 to the present are available through this database.