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CRE reports - 2008-2012

Commission de la représentation électorale

Following the March 26, 2007 general election, the Commission de la représentation électorale (CRE) began working on a new electoral map for Québec, as stipulated in the Election Act. Its work was completed with the delivery of a final report in February 2012. The new electoral map entered into force with the calling of the general election on September 4, 2012.

Preliminary report

On March 12, 2008, the CRE tabled a preliminary proposal, found in a preliminary report which was the subject of public hearings held in 23 municipalities of Québec between April 21 and June 13, 2008.
To consult the preliminary report >> (PDF: 909 Kb, 164 pages)


Here are the map propositions, front and back:

Front (PDF: 6.7 MB, 1 page) Back (PDF: 3.2 MB, 1 page)

Second report

On September 20, 2011, the CRE tabled at the National Assembly the second report entitled: People are moving, the electoral map is changing - Step II: Revised Delimitation Proposal - Second Report
To consult the second report >> (PDF: 4.36 MB, 252 pages)


Here are the map propositions, front and back:

Front (PDF: 26.3 MB, 1 page) Back (PDF: 15.4 MB, 1 page)

Final decision

On October 19, 2011, the CRE tabled at the National Assembly the last report entitled: Description of the 125 new electoral divisions - Step 3: Final decision, October 12 2011
To consult the final decision >> (PDF: 731 Kb, 44 pages)

Final report

On February 13, 2012, the CRE tabled at the National Assembly the final report entitled: People are moving, the electoral map is changing - The electoral map of Québec 2011 - Final Report - January 2012
To consult the final report >> (PDF: 580 Kb, 60 pages)