2018 Registered Third Party Advertiser Financial Statements

Each registered third party who filed a registration for the 2018 Municipal Election is required to file a Financial Statement (Form 4) with the Clerk in accordance with the Municipal Elections Act, no later than Friday March 29th, 2019 at 2 p.m. These financial statements are public documents and are legally required to be made available for inspection and scrutiny on the Town website.

An elector who is concerned about a third party advertiser's election finances and wishes to challenge them can file a compliance audit.

Registered Third Party Advertiser Financial Statements filed in respect to the 2018 election are below:

Colin Kemp Financial Statement

List of Registered Third Party Advertisers

Registrations for the 2018 Municipal Election are now open. The list of registered third party advertisers will be updated as registrations are received.

Third Party Advertisers' Handbook and Guide

Scugog 2018 Municipal Election Third Party Advertisers' Handbook

2018 Ministry of Municipal Affairs Guide for Third Party Advertisers - Ontario Municipal Council and School Board Elections

Ministry of Municipal Affairs Candidate and Third Party Advertiser Information Session

Registration Information

An individual, corporation or trade union may register as a third party advertiser by filing a Notice of Registration at the Clerk’s office, Township of Scugog Municipal Administration Building, 181 Perry Street, Port Perry, Ontario, L9L 1A7, during normal office hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) commencing May 1, 2018.  The deadline for filing a Notice of Registration is Friday, October 19, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.

Who can register as a third party advertiser?

Registration as a third party advertiser shall be restricted to the following persons and entities:

  • An individual who is normally a resident of Ontario;
  • A corporation that carries on a business in Ontario;
  • A trade union that holds bargaining rights for employees in Ontario.

Who cannot register as a third party advertiser?

The following persons and entities are not eligible to register as a third party advertiser:

  • A candidate whose nomination has been filed under section 33 of the Municipal Elections Act;
  • A federal political party registered under the Canada Elections Act (Canada) or any federal constituency association or registered candidate at a federal election endorsed by that party;
  • A provincial political party, constituency association, registered candidate or leadership contestant registered under the Election Finances Act;
  • The Crown in right of Canada or Ontario, a municipality or local board.

Election Notices and News

2018 Third Party Advertisers Campaign Finance Information Session

Broadcaster and Publisher advertising rules

What Third Party Advertisers need to Register

Please print off the "What Third Party Advertisers need to Register" checklist. The checklist will ensure that you have everything you need to successfully file your Notice of Registration. Please bring this checklist with you when filing your Notice of Registration.

Election Forms for Third Party Advertisers

Notice of Registration - Third Party - Form 7

Financial Statement - Auditor's Report - Third Party - Form 8

Appointment of Agent to Submit Notice of Registration

Personal Information Release Form Third Party Advertiser (individual)