Results of the Referendum in Nunavik – April 27, 2011

Communities Valid ballot papers Rejected ballot papers Votes cast2 Turnout rate3 Number of registered electors % of registered electors having voted yes 4
YES option NO option Total

Number %1
Number %1
Kangiqsualujjuaq 108 146 254 98,45 4 1,55 258 46,91 550 19,64
Kuujjuaq 200 490 690 99,00 7 1,00 697 46,50 1 499 13,34
Tasiujaq 45 62 107 97,27 3 2,73 110 73,33 150 30,00
Aupaluk 28 32 60 100,00 0 0,00 60 75,00 80 35,00
Kangirsuk 67 117 184 98,92 2 1,08 186 61,79 301 22,26
Quaqtaq 36 93 129 99,23 1 0,77 130 74,71 174 20,69
Kangirsujuaq 105 132 237 95,95 10 4,05 247 68,80 359 29,25
Salluit 158 359 517 99,23 4 0,77 521 68,19 764 20,68
Ivujivik 37 79 116 100,00 0 0,00 116 68,64 169 21,89
Akulivik 66 131 197 97,52 5 2,48 202 62,93 321 20,56
Puvirnituq 216 269 485 99,79 1 0,21 486 49,80 976 22,13
Inukjuak 92 542 634 98,75 8 1,25 642 80,15 801 11,49
Umiujaq 43 105 148 100,00 0 0,00 148 58,50 253 17,00
Kuujjuaraapik 71 102 173 98,30 3 1,70 176 43,67 403 17,62
Mine Raglan 12 23 35 100,00 0 0,00 35 -5 -5 -5
Hors Nunavik 116 160 276 98,92 3 1,08 279 25,81 1 081 10,73
TOTAL 1 400 2 842 4 242 98,81 51 1,19 4 293 54,47 7 881 17,76

1.The percentage of valid ballot papers and that of rejected ballot papers are established by calculating, in each case, the total number of ballot papers in relation to the votes cast.
2. The votes cast are obtained by adding the number of valid ballot papers and the number of rejected ballot papers.
3. The turnout rate is established by calculating the votes cast in relation to the number of registered electors.
4. The approval of the Agreement is conditional upon a majority of the votes cast at the time of the referendum being in favour of the Agreement and that this majority represents at least 25% plus one of all electors qualified to vote.
5. The electors who voted at Raglan Mine are registered in different communities.
Note : The percentages appearing in the presentation tables are rounded off to two decimal points, which explains why the totals do not necessarily correspond to 100%.