Democracy is a political system that allows electors to vote to elect the candidates who will represent them and make decisions on their behalf in government.
In Québec, electors vote in federal, provincial, municipal and school elections.Election period milestones
Each election period has key moments in which electors can exercise their right to vote, run for office, or apply to work in the elections.How the list of electors works
The permanent list of electors is a computerized registry that contains information on electors in Québec who have agreed to be registered.Elections by the numbers
Millions of electors, information cards and ballot papers… Discover the full magnitude of the 43rd provincial general election, scheduled for October 3, 2022.Referendums
In Québec, referendums are consultative. They have been governed by the Referendum act since 1978.Election signs
In Québec, election laws do not restrict the display of signs outside of an election period. However, as soon as an election is called, several rules must be followed.The media’s role during elections
Free and independent media are an essential component of any democratic society. They enjoy significant freedom under electoral legislation.