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Provincial electoral divisions


In this section

Member of the National Assembly

Results and candidates of the last election


The nomination period runs from 2:00 p.m. [jour -31] to 2:00 p.m. [jour -16].

When and where to vote

Returning officer

Returning officer contact information are available during the election period.

Electoral map

The municipal boundaries are the ones that were in effect on January 31, 2017.

The boundaries of the electoral divisions were simplified on the interactive map.


Origin and meaning behind the electoral division’s name

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Number of electors entered on the list of electors
Land Area (km2)
Population density (people per km2)

  • The number of electors corresponds to the total number of electors entered on the list of electors for the last election held in the electoral division.
  • Land area excluding water in km2 corresponds to the total land area of the territory minus the surface area of the following bodies of water: the St. Lawrence River, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Saguenay River, Lac Saint-Jean and the Ottawa River.
  • Total population is taken from semi-custom profiles prepared by Statistics Canada based on the 2021 Census (Product No. C97C0001; ); Reference Date: November 30, 2022).
  • Population density is calculated based on population data from 2021 and land area excluding water in km2. It is provided for information purposes only.

Socioeconomic information

The socioeconomic profile provides statistics on the electoral division’s population, including distribution of age groups, languages spoken at home, education level, etc.

This data was compiled from the 2021 Canadian census conducted by Statistics Canada.

Socioeconomic portrait of this electoral division (in French)

History of the electoral division

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