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Élection Montréal

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Can you vote?

To qualify as an elector and qualify for entry on the list of electors, every person must:

  • be an individual
  • be 18 or over on November 5, 2017

and, on September 1, 2017 

  • be a Canadian citizen
  • not be under curatorship
  • not be disqualified under the law

Every person must also meet one of the following conditions:

  • have been domiciled on the territory of Montréal and, since at least March 1, 2017, in Québec;

or

  • have been the sole owner of an immovable on the territory of Montréal since at least September 1, 2016, and have filed a written application for entry with the returning officer;

or

  • have been the sole occupant of a business establishment on the territory of Montréal since at least September 1, 2016, and have filed a written application for entry with the returning officer.

Where an immovable belongs to undivided co-owners or where a business establishment is occupied by co-occupants, no person other than the undivided co-owner or the co-occupant designated under a power of attorney signed by the majority of co-owners or co-occupants may be entered on the list of electors as owner of the immovable or occupant of the business establishment. The power of attorney must be filed with the returning officer.

As of October 3, 2017 : Mailing of the notice of entry on the list of electors

The notice contains the names of electors entered on the list of electors at your address, and the location of the board of revisors.

If a name is not on the list or is not spelled correctly or should not be on the list, you must immediately report it to the board of revisors. To do so, see our section Revision of the list of electors.

Check carefully. It's your responsability.