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Third-Party Advertisers

A third party advertisement is an ad that supports, promotes, or opposes a candidate, or a “yes” or “no” answer to a question on the ballot. 

Third party in this context means a person or entity who is not a candidate. Third party advertising is separate from any candidate’s campaign and must be done independently from a candidate. 

Third party advertisers who wish to spend money on advertisements during the election must register with the Municipal Clerk and must file a financial statement. 

Additional information related to third party advertisements will be available prior to the next Provincial Election.  

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