Election guides and tools for voters, candidates, third party advertisers and teachers.

There are a selection of education programs, teacher guides and additional resources to assist educators and the public with learning and understanding elections and municipal government.

Note:  These guides are based on a 44 ward structure and will be updated to reflect the changes to the 2018 Municipal Election after council starts its new term on December 1, 2018.  Grade 10 teachers can contact elections@toronto.ca to request available teaching tools such as 2019 – 2022 ward maps.

The City of Toronto provides services that have a direct impact on your daily life. If you would like to become more involved with your local government, the information on My Local Government – It’s For Me will help you become informed, have your say, and serve your city.

You can also access this information in an easy-to-read booklet.

Where to Find Demographic Information about the City of Toronto

The Social Research & Information Management Social Policy, Analysis & Research section of the Social Development, Finance & Administration Division has provided a document on how to find demographic information about the City of Toronto.

This presentation includes how to find ward and neighbourhood profiles,interactive tool Wellbeing Toronto, census backgrounders, youth services and other research and map portals.