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What you need to know and do to vote, regardless of your situation.

Current and upcoming elections

Provincial, municipal and school board general elections are usually held every four years. By-elections may be held between general elections.

When and where to vote

You can vote on Election Day, at an advance poll, or through one of the other options available to you, such as voting at your seniors' residence.

Other voting options

Élections Québec wants to make voting accessible to everyone. We provide options that may make it easier for you to vote or meet your specific needs.

Voting accessibility

We are implementing several measures to make voting more accessible to everyone.


List of all candidates for the current elections.

Making sure your name is on the list of electors

To vote, you must be registered on the list of electors at your home address. Make sure your information is accurate.

Registering your name on the permanent list of electors or changing your information

If you are eligible to vote, but your name is not on the list of electors, or if you notice an error, you can correct this situation.

Can you vote?

To vote in an election or referendum, you must meet certain conditions, including having your name entered on the list of electors.

Take your children to the small polling stations

Experience democracy as a family!

Four hours to vote

On polling day, your employer must give you at least four consecutive hours to vote, with no reduction in pay or other penalty.

Other resources

The Charter of the French language and its regulations govern the consultation of English-language content.

Find an electoral division

Each electoral division is presented on a data sheet that includes its map, the origin of its name and its socioeconomic data. During elections, this sheet also includes information on the candidates and the returning officer of the electoral division.

Learn all about your provincial electoral division