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2021 Municipal Election

Election day is Monday, October 18, 2021.
10:00 AM to 8:00 PM.

Find out what it takes to vote, including who can vote and the identification you’ll need to bring. 

View Notice of Election and Requirements for Voter Identification (Form 7) here.

Voter Eligibility:

You are eligible to vote in the election if: 

  • You are at least 18 years old; 

  • You are a Canadian citizen; 

  • You reside in Alberta and are a resident of the MD of Taber and the division on election day; 

  • You have acceptable voter identification; 

  • You have not voted in this election before; and 

  • You sign a declaration that you meet these requirements.

Voter Identification Requirements:

Proof of identity and current residence is required to be able to vote in municipal elections. An elected authority could, by bylaw, require additional verification or a combination of verification to establish the person’s specific current address.

View voter identification requirements here. 

Find Your Division:

The Municipal District of Taber consists of 7 divisions. Each division elects and is represented by a Councillor. Click below to launch the map interface. Type in your address in the search menu to confirm which electoral division you will be voting in, who is running, and for voting station locations in your area.

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Where To Vote:

Division 1 

Barnwell Senior's Centre
601 Heritage Road

Division 2 

MD of Taber Public Works Building
171027 – Highway 3

Division 3 

Grassy Lake Community Hall
210 Chapman Avenue

Division 4 

MD of Taber Administration Office
Council Chambers
4900B – 50th Street

Division 5 

Hays Civic Centre
100 3rd Street

Division 6 

Enchant Community Hall
121 Central Street

Division 7

Vauxhall Community Hall
417 4th Street North

Division 1 - ACCLAIMED

Councillor for Municipal District of Taber

Merrill Harris – Incumbent


Division 2 - ACCLAIMED

Councillor for Municipal District of Taber

John Turcato – Incumbent


Division 3

Councillor for Municipal District of Taber

Brian G Hildebrand                                         


Councillor for Municipal District of Taber

Frank Kast


Division 4

Councillor for Municipal District of Taber

Tamara Miyanaga – Incumbent


Councillor for Municipal District of Taber

Ben Elfring                                         


Councillor for Municipal District of Taber

Billy Wenbourne                                         


Division 5

Councillor for Municipal District of Taber 

Jennifer Crowson – Incumbent


Councillor for Municipal District of Taber 

John DeGroot


Division 6 - ACCLAIMED

Councillor for Municipal District of Taber

Murray Reynolds – Incumbent


Division 7 - ACCLAIMED

Councillor for Municipal District of Taber

Chantal Bacho


Senate / Referendum

The Order in Council and Writ of Election for the 2021 Alberta Senate Election was issued on June 23, 2021, to hold an election to select 3 Senate nominees who may be summoned to the Senate of Canada, to fill a vacancy or vacancies relating to Alberta.

Two Orders in Council were issued on August 9, 2021, to conduct a referendum vote on the following two questions:

  • Should section 36(2) of the Constitution Act, 1982 – Parliament and the government of Canada’s commitment to the principle of making equalization payments – be removed from the constitution?
  • Do you want Alberta to adopt year-round Daylight Saving Time, which is summer hours, eliminating the need to change our clocks twice a year?

The Senate Election and Referendum Vote will take place on October 18, 2021, in conjunction with the 2021 Alberta Municipal Elections.

All local jurisdictions holding elections on October 18, 2021 will facilitate the vote by also issuing the senate election and referendum vote ballot to electors. In addition to election day voting, local jurisdictions may also offer advance voting, institutional voting, and special ballot voting. At each voting opportunity, the senate election and referendum ballot will be provided to electors to vote in these elections. Additional information can be found on the Elections Alberta website.

Download the 2021 Municipal Senate Election and Referendum Proclamation here.