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Federal election signs permitted on private properties beginning Thursday, August 22

August 21, 2019
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Candidates, political parties, electoral district associations and registered third parties for the 2019 federal election are permitted to place election signs on private properties, with permission from the property owner, beginning Thursday, August 22. This is 60 days before election day, on Monday, October 21.

All election signs on private properties must follow the Temporary Signs on Private Property By-law.

Signs on public properties will only be permitted upon issuance of the writ, no more than 50 days before the election day. Signs cannot be placed along highways or in a median, and must be at least 50 centimetres from a sidewalk. In areas with no sidewalks, signs must be at least two metres from the road or, if the road has a shoulder, at least 50 centimetres from the edge of the shoulder.

All election signs on public property must follow the Signs on City Roads By-law.

Signs on both private and public properties must be removed 48 hours after election day.

For more information or any complaints on signage for the 2019 federal election, visit ottawa.ca or call 3-1-1.

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