Information for Voters

The final voting day for the 2022 Municipal Election was Monday, October 24, 2022. The below information was available leading up to election day; this page contained all the information you needed to cast your votes. 

For any assistance please call 705-728-8683 (VOTE) or email Call volumes may be high; please leave a message so staff can reply as soon as possible.

Guide to Voting in Barrie's Election

The City of Barrie is making voting easy, accessible, and convenient.​ Go through the steps below to ensure your votes are counted.

Voting Assistance Centres

Electors may attend a Voting Assistance Centre in-person for assistance with voting by phone or online. 

City Hall Voting Assistance Centre

A Voting Assistance Centre will be open at City Hall, 70 Collier Street, on the following dates and times.

Saturday, October 159am–1pm
Sunday, October 1610am–6pm
Monday, October 178:30am–4:30pm
Tuesday, October 188:30am–4:30pm
Wednesday, October 198:30am–4:30pm
Thursday, October 208:30am–8pm
Friday, October 218:30am–8pm
Saturday, October 229am–5pm
Sunday, October 2310am–8pm
Monday, October 24 – Final Voting Day10am–8pm

City-wide Voting Assistance Centres

In addition to City Hall in Ward 2, a Voting Assistance Centre will be set up in all other wards.

Dates & Times
Thursday, October 2010am–8pm
Friday, October 2110am–8pm
Saturday, October 229am–5pm
Monday, October 24 – Final Voting Day10am–8pm
Parkview Centre for Seniors 189 Blake Street
East Bayfield Community Centre80 Livingstone Street East
Dorian Parker Community Centre227 Sunnidale Road
Lampman Lane Community Centre59 Lampman Lane
Covenant Christian Reformed Church101 Ardagh Road
Peggy Hill Team Community Centre171 Mapleton Avenue
Allandale Recreation Centre190 Bayview Avenue
Barrie Public Library, ​Painswick Branch48 Dean Avenue
Surface Water Treatment Plant20 Royal Parkside Drive

Vote Bus

The Vote Bus offers another in-person option for voters. The bus will be equipped with computers and phones for eligible voters to cast their vote. Staff will be on hand to help anyone who requires assistance on the Vote Bus:

Saturday, October 15
1pm to 3pm City Hall
70 Collier Street 
Bus location at City Hall (PDF)
4pm to 7pm Chris’ No Frills  
319 Blake Street 
Bus location at Chris’ No Frills (PDF)  
Monday, October 17
9am to 11am Park Place  
100 Mapleview Drive East 
Bus location at Park Place (PDF)
12pm to 2pm Walmart Superstore Barrie South
35 Mapleview Drive West   
Bus location at Walmart Superstore Barrie South (PDF)
3pm to 5pm Shoppers Drug Mart  
831 Big Bay Point Road 
Bus location at Shoppers Drug Mart (PDF)
6pm to 8pm Zehrs
620 Yonge Street 
Bus location at Zehrs  on Yonge (PDF)
Tuesday, October 18
9am to 11amGeorgian College 
1 Georgian Drive 
Bus location at Georgian College (PDF)
12pm to 2pm North Barrie Crossing 
547 Cundles Road East 
Bus location at North Barrie Crossing  (PDF)
3pm to 5pm Zehrs 
11 Bryne Drive 
Bus location at Zehrs on Bryne (PDF)
6pm to 8pm Walmart Superstore Barrie North  
450 Bayfield Street 
Bus location at Walmart Superstore Barrie North  (PDF)

Voter Do’s and Don'ts


It is your democratic right to vote for the candidates of your choice. Contact the Election  Office by calling 705-728-8683 (VOTE) or emailing if you:

  • are asked to share your voting PIN via email, text, social media, or in person.
  • have any concerns about something

Contact the Election Office immediately to get a new voting PIN if you lose yours (the old PIN will be deactivated).


Never share your voting PIN – it’s unique to you. Candidates, law enforcement, city staff, or anyone else should never ask for it.

It’s illegal to vote using a voting PIN that is not yours.

You can’t vote more than once in a municipality, no matter how many voting days there are or how many properties you own or rent.

Do not open a Voter Information Letter that’s not addressed to you – it’s illegal to take, open or tamper with mail that’s addressed to another person. If you receive a Voter Information Letter for someone who doesn’t live at your address anymore, don’t open or forward it. Instead, mark the envelope ‘Return to Sender’ and drop it in the mail, so it will be returned to the City's Election Office.

Never post a photo or selfie with your ballot on social media or elsewhere – it’s illegal.

Never use a candidate’s mobile device/tablet to vote or share proof of whom you voted for with anyone.

A candidate cannot assist a voter in the voting process. If you require assistance please call 705-728-8683 (VOTE), email, visit a Voting Assistance Centre, or visit a Vote Bus.

Frequently Asked Questions