Everything you need to know to prepare for Monday’s provincial election in Western Quebec
As Quebec voters head to the polls on Monday, here’s what you need to know about the provincial election and how to vote in Outaouais.
A total of 34 candidates are running in the ridings of Gatineau, Papineau, Chapleau, Hull and Pontiac.
In the constituency of Gatineau, seven candidates are in the running. They are:
In the constituency of shell, six candidates are in the running. They are:
In the constituency of Chapleau, seven candidates are in the running. They are:
In the constituency of Papineau, seven candidates are in the running. They are:
In the constituency of Pontiac, seven candidates are in the running. They are:
What you need to vote
Canadian citizens aged 18 and over who have lived in Quebec for at least six months can vote, but make sure you are registered.
You can only vote if your name is on the voters list. You can verify that your name is registered online. If your name is not listed or you find an error, you can save or correct it now.
You have until Thursday, September 28 at 2 p.m. ET to rectify the situation.
You must have one of these IDs:
- Driver’s license.
- Health insurance card.
- Canadian passport.
- Certificate of Indian Status.
- Canadian Armed Forces Identity Card.
If you do not have the required documents, election officials will try to verify your identity by other means.
Polling stations are open from 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday, October 3.