2020 Provincial Election Information

2020 - Municipal Elections - November 9, 2020

posted Nov 2, 2020, 11:48 AM by Recording Secretary

Starting today, advanced polls will be open in Regina and in some rural locations. . Go be a voter!

Until November 4, you can be among the very first to shape your community's future.
This is our chance to elect leaders who share our Some of our common values. 
Make a plan to get out and vote – it never hurts to start early!
You can vote at ANY advanced polling station. If you’re not sure where to go, this tool can help you find one nearby. (Don’t forget to bring ID!)

Until Wednesday, November 4, a drive-thru polling station will also be open from 7am - 6pm at City Hall. The station will be set up on Smith Street.
After advanced polls, your only opportunity to vote in-person will be your nearest polling station on Monday, November 9.

See you at the polls,

Our Local political Action Committee knows that election decisions are personal and not easy. 
However we are providing a list of candidates as recommended by the Regina and District Labour council along with a list of many of the communities in our local area for your review.

Additionally in Regina in Ward 7 City council  we are supporting Shobna Radons. 
Shobna has been a strong supporter of our local, including supporting us last year in our labour issues. and a strong voice in her community of Ward 7.

A list of Regina candidates endorsed by the Regina and District Labour Council can be found here.
Regina & District Labour Council · 2709 12th Ave, Regina, SK S4T 1J3, Canada
You can also keep up with Regina & District Labour Council on Twitter or Facebook.

Information for Regina Voters

Advance poll locations


What do I need to vote?

Registration form (Fill and print to take with you )  


Moose Jaw:




Swift Current

Indian Head

All other Rural Municipalities

Election Day October 26, 2020

posted Aug 27, 2020, 2:46 PM by Recording Secretary   [ updated Sep 28, 2020, 7:06 PM ]

On October 26, 2020 Saskatchewan voters will go to the polls to elect MLA's who will lead the province for the next four years.

Our Local will be supporting the candidates who are progressive and willing to stand up for the workers and Crown corporations in this province.

If you are interested in helping out please contact the office or a member of the Political Action Committee.

1-2 of 2