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Voting & Elections

As of 2012, general elections in Saskatchewan are held every four years. Elections are held in order to elect a mayor and 10 councillors, one for each of the city’s 10 wards.

City Council decides through policy and setting direction what programs will be delivered, the level of service, and the allocation of human and financial resources.

The City of Saskatoon also conducts elections for both the Saskatoon Public Schools and Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools in order to elect their respective trustees.

The next civic election in Saskatoon will be held Monday, November 9, 2020. Numerous Advance Polls will be provided.

Eligible voters will cast their ballots for the next four-year term for Mayor, City Councillors and Public and Catholic School Board Trustees.

History & Results

Find out about past elections

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Information for Candidates

General information for candidates for municipal elections.

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Information for Voters

General information for voters.

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Forms for candidates to complete as part of the campaign process.

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Ward Boundaries

Ward boundary changes for the 2020 civic election.

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Election Job Opportunities

Wish to work the 2020 municipal elections? Check here for postings and details. 

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