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Global new RSS Thread - http://feeds.feedburner.com/dgeq-en

Provincial RSS news thread - http://feeds.feedburner.com/dgeq-en-pro

Municipal RSS news thread - http://feeds.feedburner.com/dgeq-en-mun

School-board RSS news thread - http://feeds.feedburner.com/dgeq-en-sco

Commission de la représentation électorale (CRE)

Global new RSS Thread - http://feeds.feedburner.com/dgeq-cre-en

What is RSS?

rssRSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication." It is a technology that enables you to use a single application to consult the most recent information on several websites without having to visit them.

To use this technology, you need an RSS reader or an RSS Web module. Once the RSS reader of your choice is installed, all that is left is for you to subscribe to the news thread of your choice.

Subscribe to Our RSS News Thread

Using our RSS news thread (example), gives you quick access to all news about our organization. Note, however, that using our RSS implies acceptance of our Terms of Use.

Our RSS thread is optimized to format RSS 2.0. It is, however, compatible with all utility programs and supports previous formats of this version.

How to obtain our RSS news thread

  • Simply click on the button.
  • Copy the URL ( ) found on the address bar of your Web browser.
  • Paste this address in the appropriate field of your RSS reader to instantly receive news about us.

Terms of use of our RSS news thread

By using our RSS news thread, you agree:

  • to do so for your personal use (private and non commercial), for consultation only;
  • not to distribute it to a free or paying website or on an Intranet, unless you obtain our written authorization through our webmaster;
  • not to remove or cancel a copyright notice, any other notice of ownership or source, a date or any other sign or indicator of source included by us in the RSS thread.

The information contained in our news thread has no legal value.

We can terminate our RSS news thread at any time at our discretion.

If you do not accept these terms, please abstain from consulting or using the text or material accessible through the RSS link.