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15 November 2022

Internet voting: call for expressions of interest

Businesses offering secure, reliable and accessible Internet voting solutions may reply to our recently published call for expressions of interest (in French) between November 14 and December 9, 2022. Call for expressions of interest The call for expressions of interest includes eligibility criteria and digital solution requirements. This process will allow us to explore the […]

Categories: Institutional, Voting

21 October 2022

The issue of voter turnout and the potential of democracy education

On October 14 at the Centre des congrès de Québec, Chief Electoral Officer Pierre Reid gave a presentation to the 7th Lieutenant-Governor’s Symposium, setting out a forward-looking approach to the issue of voter turnout. The theme for the event was “Law, Justice and Democracy.” Élections Québec has extensively studied and documented the issue of voter […]

Categories: Democracy education, Institutional, Voting

3 October 2022

Today is election day!

Polling stations will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. If you have the right to vote, you can look up your polling place online. Don’t forget to bring one of the following forms of identification:  Québec driver’s licence Québec health insurance card Canadian passport Certificate of Indian Status Canadian Forces identification card When you arrive […]

Categories: Democracy education, General election, Provincial, Voting

2 October 2022

Tomorrow is election day!

Polling stations will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. If you have the right to vote, you can look up your polling place online. Once you arrive, you’ll need to present one of the following forms of identification:  Québec driver’s licence Québec health insurance card Canadian passport Certificate of Indian Status Canadian Forces identification card […]

Categories: Democracy education, General election, Provincial, Voting

29 September 2022

Provincial elections: Make sure you can vote!

Today is the deadline to apply for entry on the list of electors or to modify your entry. You need to do so in person by appearing before at the address listed on your notice of entry. This service is available until 2 p.m. For complete election information, visit our website at www.elections.quebec. On October […]

Categories: General election, Provincial, Voting

25 September 2022

Last day to apply for postal voting!

If you are at risk of developing complications from a COVID-19 infection because of your health condition, you may be able to vote by mail in the provincial elections. Don’t wait! You have until 5 p.m. today to apply online or by phone. Refer to our web page for complete details. On October 3, let’s […]

Categories: General election, Provincial, Voting

24 September 2022

Advance polling starts tomorrow!

Advance polling stations will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. on September 25 and 26, 2022. If you have the right to vote, you can look up your polling place online or refer to the notice of entry you received in the mail. Voting at an advance poll is a great option if […]

Categories: Democracy education, General election, Provincial, Voting

19 September 2022

Deadline to apply for voting at home!

Do you want to vote in the election but you’re unable to move about for health reasons? Don’t wait! Today is the last day to apply to vote at home. If he or she applies to do so, your caregiver can also apply for entry on the list of electors, make changes to his or […]

Categories: General election, Provincial, Voting

18 September 2022

Provincial elections: Who should I vote for?

Nomination papers are now being accepted in your electoral division. To make an informed decision, you need to be informed. Here are some things to consider as you decide which candidate to vote for. For complete election information, visit our website at www.elections.quebec. On October 3, let’s reverse the trend. Let’s all vote.

Categories: General election, Provincial, Voting

16 September 2022

Impaired mobility: Check online to see if your election day polling place is accessible

All advance polling places are accessible. This is also true of almost all election day polling places. Mobility impaired persons can easily check online to see if their election day polling place meets their needs. You simply need to enter your postal code on the When and where to vote page. Please contact your returning […]

Categories: General election, Provincial, Voting