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21 March 2022

By-elections in the Marie-Victorin: it’s possible to vote at home…

If you are unable to travel for health reasons, from you home you can: Registrer or make changes to your entry on the list of electors Vote in advance Your caregiver can also take advantage of this right. You have until March 28 to make the request to your returning officer. To learn more and […]

Categories: By-election, Provincial, Voting

18 March 2022

By-elections in the Marie-Victorin: to vote, you must be registrer on the list of electors

Make sure your name is on the notice of entry you received by mail. You have until April 7, 2 p.m., to register on the list of electors or change your entry on the list. Several options are available to you to ensure that your name is entered on the list of electors. Discover them by consulting […]

Categories: By-election, Provincial, Voting

16 March 2022

By-elections in the Marie-Victorin: becoming a candidate

Do you want to be a candidate in Marie-Victorin? You have until 2:00 p.m. on March 26 to submit your application. With a few exceptions, if you are eligible to vote, you can run for office. To find out how to apply, see our web page for more information about that. You can also find additional information […]

Categories: By-election, Provincial

14 March 2022

By-elections in the Marie-Victorin: voting outside Québec

Will you be outside Québec on polling days? You might vote by mail! Important! Your application must be received no later than 11:59 p.m. Est, on March 23, 2022. Then your ballot must be returned to us no later than April 11, 2022 at 8 p.m., Quebec time. To learn more and to check the requirements, visit our web page for […]

Categories: By-election, Provincial, Voting

9 March 2022

A by-election will be held in the electoral division of Marie-Victorin on April 11

A by-election will be held on Monday, April 11 in the electoral division of Marie-Victorin. If you are interested in working during this by-election, you can now apply online. Please note that young people who are 16 or 17 years old can now work in provincial elections – provided they are Canadian citizens, have been residing in […]

Categories: By-election, Jobs, Provincial

21 December 2021

Citizen round table’s second mandate ended

November 19, 2021, marked the end of the Citizen round table’s second mandate. During this meeting, the members took a critical but constructive look at Élections Québec and put themselves in the Chief Electoral Officer’s shoes to reflect on high-priority projects to improve certain aspects of elections in Québec. Having a look at Élections Québec […]

Categories: Institutional

22 November 2021

The voters in training have spoken!

Election simulations In connection with the 2021 municipal general elections, more than 450 schools and organizations registered for the Voters in Training program. As a result, more than 54,000 young people had the opportunity to participate in election simulations. The votes cast by these electors in training have been tallied and the results are now […]

Categories: Democracy education, General election, Municipal

5 November 2021

Because municipal services are at the heart of our daily lives, let’s vote on November 7!

Municipal general elections will be held in two days, on Sunday, November 7! Add this date to your calendar and consult the notice received in the mail to find out where you can vote. If you have not received this notice, check with the returning officer of your municipality. Polling stations will be open from 9:30 a.m. […]

Categories: General election, Municipal, Voting

27 October 2021

You can vote in advance

Can’t vote on election day, November 7? You can vote in advance on Sunday, October 31, 2021, from 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Your municipality may also hold another day of advance voting on Monday, November 1. In addition, due to the pandemic, some municipalities may add up to two additional advance voting days, on Saturday, October 30, 2021, and Saturday, […]

Categories: General election, Municipal, Voting

26 October 2021

How voting will take place on election day!

Upon arriving, you will be greeted by election officers. They will explain how to vote and direct you to the correct booth. Be sure to bring a piece of ID. For more information, consult the six steps in the voting process or the guide entitled All you need to know to vote if you have […]

Categories: General election, Municipal, Voting