Information for Voters


Click here for the official results. Voting breakdown by polling station can be found here.


Click here to find where to vote with our new interactive Voting Stations Map.

Find out more about the candidates by watching their videos at the links below:

Cold Lake Chamber of Commerce YouTube Channel
Featuring candidates from Wards 5 & 6, and the Reeve's forum.

Bonnyville & District Chamber of Commerce YouTube Channel
Featuring candidates from Wards 1, 2, 3, and 4.

Do you know the Five Ws of voting in the 2021 M.D. of Bonnyville election?

  • Who?
  • What?
  • Where?
  • When?
  • Why?

Who's involved

This is an important one because there are actually two answers — candidates and residents/voters. Click here for information on the candidates.

As for you, the voter, there is a lot of information available to you — for instance, what do you need to vote, where can you vote, when can you vote, and why you should vote.

Who can vote: Canadian residents whose primary residence is in the M.D., who have lived in the Province of Alberta for at least six months and live in the M.D. on election day, and who are at least 18 years of age.
All voters must show one piece of ID to verify their name and current address. Once this is done, you will receive a ballot to cast your vote. Click here to see what kind of ID can be used.


Municipal elections are held every four years in Alberta. In the M.D. of Bonnyville, we elect six councillors (one to represent each Ward) and one Reeve (from the population at large). The Council is responsible to make decisions about taxation, roads, public safety, recreation, and other important aspects of our everyday life.

How the province is involved this year: This year there are two referendum questions being asked by the Province of Alberta. You can find out more about these questions by clicking here. The province is also asking voters to choose three candidates to recommend for the federal Senate to represent Alberta. You can find out more about that election and the candidates here.


Check out our interactive Voting Stations map by clicking here.


Here is a map that displays the M.D. by Ward, and also has all of the voting stations listed:2021 Voting Stations Map Highlighted

Here is a list of voting stations:

WardCommunityBuilding/HallRural Address
1,2,4BonnyvilleBonnyville Seniors' Drop-In Centre4813-47 Avenue, Bonnyville
1BeaverdamBeaverdam Hall60315 RR 430,
M.D. of Bonnyville
1Fort KentFort Kent Seniors' Hall5035-50 Street, Fort Kent
2EastbourneEastbourne Community Hall60202 RR 471,
M.D. of Bonnyville
2Vezeau BeachShaw House#2, 46300 TWP 611A,
M.D. of Bonnyville
3Flat LakeFlat Lake Hall59403 RR 484,
M.D. of Bonnyville
3GoodridgeGoodridge Jubilee Hall49531 TWP 624, Goodridge
3GlendonGlendon RCMP Hall5302-51 Avenue, Glendon
4La CoreyWillow Prairie Community Hall5111-49 Street, La Corey
4LessardLessard Community Hall45102 TWP 631,
M.D. of Bonnyville
5AlexanderAlexander Hall62301 RR 433,
M.D. of Bonnyville
5ArdmoreArdmore Community Centre4910-50 Street, Ardmore
5, 6RiverhurstRiverhurst Community Hall63231 RR 432,
M.D. of Bonnyville
6Cherry GroveCherry Grove Community Centre5011-50A Avenue,
Cherry Grove
6Cold LakeCold Lake Energy Centre7825-51 Street, Cold Lake


This is a great question, with a few answers. 

Special Ballots

There are special ballots available for eligible voters who are physically incapacitated, absent from the M.D., or are Election Officials who will not be able to vote on the day of the election due to their responsibilities.
To make an application for a Special Ballot, please contact the Returning Officer at 780-826-3171 or via email at All special ballots must be completed and returned to the M.D. Administration Office at 4905-50 Ave. Bonnyville before 4 p.m. on Election Day, Monday, October 18, 2021.

Advance Vote

All eligible voters may choose to vote during one of the three advance voting days:

Tuesday, October 12 & Thursday, October 14, 2021
M.D. Administration Office
4905-50 Ave., Bonnyville
10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Friday, October 15, 2021
Cold Lake Energy Centre
7825 - 51 St., Cold Lake
10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Election Day

Election Day is Monday, October 18, 2021. The voting stations shown above are open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.


Voting in municipal elections is important for a few reasons:

  1. You are exercising your democratic right,
  2. You are performing a service to your community,
  3. You are showing that you are engaged with your community,
  4. It is a chance to have your say and help shape the future of the community, and this year, with provincial referendum questions and senate elections, it also helps shape the future of Alberta and Canada!