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Voting accessibility

Native and ethnocultural communities


For information on provincial elections, you can consult the provincial election guide which is available in 35 different languages. You can also read our Voting procedure (PDF) poster.


You must be on the list of electors to vote. Check your registration online now or on your notice of entry. If your name is not registered or you notice an error, you have until 2 p.m. [date -4] to correct the situation. After that, it will be too late!

Native communities

Some communities may vote by or have access to secondary polling stations. For more information, see the special measures for remote voting.

You can also view our Voting procedure (PDF) poster.

The provincial election guide is translated into several Aboriginal languages:

Ethnocultural communities

The I vote in Québec program can help you familiarize yourself with the Québec electoral system and with exercising your right to vote. It is intended for FSL classes and community organizations working with immigrants. Find out more.

The provincial election guide is translated into several languages:

Simplified guide for provincial election

A simple, illustrated guide that explains how to vote.

Other resources

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