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We use social media to share information about the electoral process and to engage with voters and other stakeholders. We update and monitor our social media accounts during office hours Monday to Friday. In some cases we may respond to inquiries outside of these hours. We aim to respond to questions and messages in a reasonable timeframe.

Our accounts are:

Twitter: @ElectionsON / @ElectionsONfr
Facebook: Elections Ontario / Élections Ontario
Instagram: @electionson
LinkedIn: Elections Ontario
YouTube: Elections Ontario


Our social media content aims to keep Ontarians informed about the electoral process in Ontario. This includes posts about voter registration, employment opportunities, voting opportunities and information about the events we administer.

We follow accounts on social media channels that are relevant to our business. We retweet and share content from other accounts that we think our followers might find interesting. Follows, retweets or post sharing do not imply endorsements of any kind.

As a non-partisan office of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, we do not respond to questions or posts that are outside of our mandate or that take a stance on political issues or matters of public policy. We moderate our social media accounts to remove comments that are inappropriate, abusive or partisan, in order for our account to act as a non-partisan source of information about the electoral process in Ontario. Elections Ontario’s Social Media Terms of Use are available on our Facebook page.


Elections Ontario does not accept formal complaints via social media. All formal complaints must be made in writing. If you would like to file a formal complaint with our office, please submit it by mail or email to the contact information below:

  • Mailing address: Elections Ontario, 51 Rolark Drive, Toronto, ON, M1R 3B1
  • Email address:


Our social media accounts are managed by Communications staff at Elections Ontario. If you have questions or comments about Elections Ontario’s use of social media, reach out to us through one of our accounts, or contact the Media Relations team.