To have the right to vote, one must be registered on the permanent list of electors
In accordance with the Loi sur les élections et les référendums dans les municipalités, and in order to be enrolled in the municipal electoral list, you must meet the following conditions:
- Be an individual
- be 18 years old on polling day
September 1 in the year of the election:
- be a Canadian citizen;
- not be under curatorship;
- not have been found guilty of an offence that is a corrupt electoral practice;
And at that same date (September 1st or date of publication of the notice of election):
- be domiciled in the municipality and have been domiciled in Québec for at least six months;
- or have been, for at least 12 months, the owner of a property situated on the territory of the municipality.
A corporation (eg, incorporated or limited company) is not entitled to be registered on the electoral list and is not entitled to vote in municipal council elections but does have the right to vote in a referendum.
An elector who is not domiciled in the municipality, but who is the owner of an immovable or the occupant of a business establishment situated on the territory of the municipality, must transmit a signed writing to the municipality asking to have his name added to the list of electors.
Persons who are co-owners of an immovable or co-occupants of a business establishment must designate from among themselves, by means of a power of attorney sent to the municipality, only one person who can be entered on the list of electors.
Vote by correspondence
Anyone registered or entitled to be registered on the electoral list of the municipality of Lac-Tremblant-Nord in another capacity than that of a domiciled person may vote by correspondence in regards to the November 5th, 2017 general election.
To exercise this right, you must send a written request to the President of elections by October 1st, 2017.
- The vote by correspondence form is available at the office of the President of Elections.