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Québec electoral map

Creation of the 2017 electoral map

Summary

The 2017 electoral map was developed between 2014 and 2017. The work was completed on February 23, 2017, the date on which the Commission de la représentation électorale officially drew up the new electoral map of Québec.

The 2017 electoral map came into effect for the 2018 general election. It will also be in force for the next general election.

This section presents the three reports tabled in the National Assembly to establish the 2017 electoral map as well as the draft electoral maps associated with them (in French only).

In this section

Final report

On June 14, 2017, the Commission de la représentation électorale tabled its final report presenting the new electoral map of Québec.

Comparison of electoral divisions

Comparison of the 2011 and 2017 electoral maps

You can also view the map proposals presented in the first two reports tabled in the National Assembly in preparation for the development of the 2017 electoral map. This will allow you to follow the progress of the work of the Commission de la représentation électorale that led to the establishment of the electoral map of Québec in effect since August 23, 2018.

Second report

On February 7, 2017, the Commission de la représentation électorale tabled its second report presenting a revised proposal for the delimitation of Québec’s electoral divisions.

Preliminary report

On March 17, 2015, the Commission de la représentation électorale tabled a preliminary report in which it proposed the delimitation of Québec’s electoral divisions.

Expense report

The Commission de la représentation électorale filed a report on May 31, 2017, presenting all the expenses incurred when drawing up the 2017 electoral map.

Other resources

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