Support Our CATHOLIC Schools
Please check your property tax bill to ensure your support is directed to the English Catholic School Board. It’s a great way to deliver a powerful message to the government about the strong level of support for Catholic education in Ontario.
- The property tax rate for both Catholic and public school supporters is the same.
- Regardless of whether you rent or own, you can declare yourself as a Catholic school supporter.
- Grandparents, and those without children, can also declare themselves as Catholic school supporters.
- Every time you move, your tax support automatically defaults to public school support. Catholics need to re-declare themselves as Catholic school supporters.
- If your taxes are not directed to the Catholic school system, you cannot vote for Catholic trustees in the next election.
Voterlookup.ca lets you:
- confirm the accuracy of your elector information;
- update your information where incorrectly recorded; and/or,
- add a name to the enumeration so that it is correctly recorded for municipal and school board voting purposes.
- voterlookup.ca cannot process requests concerning persons who are under 18 years of age on Election Day (October 27 2014).
MPAC takes your privacy seriously. The information that you provide and that is maintained by MPAC is protected under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and collected under the authority of sections 11, 15, 16 and 16.1 of the Assessment Act. MPAC uses this information to prepare Preliminary Lists of Electors for municipal, school board and DSSAB elections, for municipal and school board planning purposes, property assessment purposes, and preparation of jury lists and population reports.
If you have questions regarding this collection, please contact an MPAC Customer Service Representative at 1 866 296-MPAC (6722), TTY at 1-877-TTY-MPAC (6722) or by postal mail to MPAC, P.O. Box 9808, Toronto ON M1S 5T9. For additional details regarding this collection, please refer to the Municipal Elections, 1996, the Education Act, the Juries Act and the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation Act.
Are You Ticked? - Support Cathoilc Education Brochure (pdf)