Third Party Advertising
Recent amendments to the Local Authorities Election Act include rules governing the finances and accountability of third parties that intend to engage in election advertising.
Election advertising is the transmission to the public by any means during an election period (May 1 to October 18, 2021) of an advertising message that promotes or opposes the election of a candidate.
Third parties that intend to engage in election advertising are required to register with the municipality or school board they intend to advertise in.
Note: Municipal and School Board Elections are governed by the Local Authorities Election Act (LAEA), R.S.A. 2000, C L-21. The information on this page is provided for convenience of reference only. Additionally, third party advertisers are subject to further requirements in the LAEA. Third party advertisers are advised to refer to the LAEA and obtain legal advice regarding the full extent of their obligations.