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Voting accessibility


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


These measures address a variety of needs:

Individuals and organizations that work with electors with special needs are invited to contact us to obtain documents or information on this subject.


Need help voting?

The election officials are there to help you.

  • You can ask for help marking your ballot
  • If you are visually impaired, you can ask for the template to help you vote by yourself
  • If you are deaf or hard of hearing, an interpreter can accompany you

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We have implemented several measures to make it easier for you to exercise your right to vote. Election officials are there to help you.

  • You may ask for assistance marking your ballot.
  • Visually impaired voters can vote by themselves using a template made available to them upon request. Election officers can also read them the names of the candidates in order of their listing on the ballot paper.
  • Persons who are deaf or hearing impaired may be accompanied by an interpreter.

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