School board elections concern all citizens—whether you have children in school or not, we all have an interest in public education. Vote on October 18th.
In Alberta, municipal elections are held every four years to elect people to serve on city, town and county councils and to elect trustees to local school boards. On October 18, trustees will be elected for each of the 61 public, separate and francophone school boards in Alberta.
To be able to vote you must
- be a Canadian citizen
- be 18 or older on election day
- have resided in Alberta for 6 consecutive months prior to election day
Find your school jurisdiction
Alberta has 61 public, separate and francophone school jurisdictions.
Voters who are Catholic and live within the boundaries of a separate Catholic school jurisdiction vote for the Catholic board. All others vote for the public board. Francophones can vote for trustees for the public or Catholic francophone jurisdiction for their area.
If you are unsure of your school jurisdiction, consult the Alberta Education website (http://education.alberta.ca/) for maps of Alberta School Jurisdiction Boundaries.
- Aspen View Public School Division
- Fort McMurray Public School Division
- Fort Vermilion School Division
- Grande Prairie Public School Division
- High Prairie School Division
- Northern Gateway Regional Division
- Northern Lights School Division
- Northland School Division
- Peace River School Division
- Peace Wapiti School Division
- Pembina Hills Regional Division
- St Paul Education Regional Division