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If you have difficulty voting

See field: provincial, municipal

Polling officers are there to help you.

  • You can obtain assistance if you are unable to mark your ballot paper;
  • People with a visual impairment can vote alone, by using a template that will be given to them. They will be informed of the order in which the candidates’ names appear on the ballot paper;
  • People who are deaf or hearing impaired may be accompanied by an interpreter.