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 has now been 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.
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.
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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)
On October 19th 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)
On February 13th 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)