Application for a Compliance Audit of Election Campaign Finances - 2022 Municipal Elections

Under the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 (“Act”), candidates, registered third-party advertisers, and contributors are bound by specific election campaign finance rules. Candidates and registered third-party advertisers must file provincially prescribed financial statements with the municipal clerk outlining their campaign finance activities. All financial statements received for the 2022 municipal election can be reviewed at

Any eligible elector who believes on reasonable grounds that a candidate or registered third party has contravened one or more of the election finance rules in the Act may submit an application for a compliance audit of the candidate or registered third-party's campaign finances.

The application deadline has passed.
Submitting a Request for a Compliance Audit

All requests for a compliance audit must be submitted using this application form. A separate application form is required for each individual candidate or registered third party advertiser.

If you require the application form in an alternate format, please contact

 Application Deadlines
 For the 2022 Municipal Elections, a request for a compliance audit must be filed with the municipal clerk by:
  • June 29, 2023, for a candidate or third party advertiser who filed their financial statement by 2 p.m. on March 31, 2023; or
  • Within 90 days of the date on which a candidate or third party advertiser filed their financial statement if the statement was filed within 30 days of March 31, 2023; or
  • December 28, 2023 for a compliance audit of a candidate or third party advertiser who filed a supplementary financial statement (if applicable).
School Board Candidates

The Joint Compliance Audit Committee does not receive applications to audit school board trustee campaigns.  For more information about compliance audits of school board trustee candidates, please contact the school board directly. 

Am I an Eligible Elector?

A person is entitled to be an elector if, on voting day (October 24, 2022), he or she, is:

  • A Canadian citizen; and
  • Be at least 18 years old; and
  • A resident of Aurora (own or rent) or
  • A non-resident who is, or whose spouse is, an owner or tenant of land in the property in Town of Aurora; and
  • Not prohibited from voting by law

For further information please contact Michael de Rond, Town Clerk at or 905-727-4771.