Click on the link to see the list of candidates for the Councillor seats no. 4 and 5
Final results of the by-election.
WHEN, WHERE TO VOTE AND CAN YOU VOTE?
Voting on election day
The returning officer wish to inform the electors of the days and times when they can vote. The day of the election will be November 27th from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Town hall situated at 1257, route 243, Melbourne.
Voting in the advance poll
You can also vote in advance on the Sunday before the election, November 20th from noon to 8 p.m. at Town hall situated at 1257, route 243, Melbourne.
Requirements for voting in municipal elections
To vote, you must meet the following conditions on election day:
- Your name must be on the list of electors
- Be 18 years of age or older on the date of the election
- Have Canadian citizenship
- Not be under curatorship
You must also meet one of the following two sets of conditions:
If your home is located in the municipality
Entry on the list of electors
If the information about you is up to date at Élections Québec, we sent your name to the returning officer so that they can add it to the municipal list of electors. It is your responsibility to verify your registration.
If your home is not located in the municipality
- You must have been the owner of a building or occupied a business establishment within the municipality for at least 12 months.
- You must have sent the municipality an application for registration or a power of attorney within the required timeframe.
The co-owners and co-occupants of business establishments must designate one of their members to be entered on the list of electors. They must send this power of attorney to the municipality.
If a corporation owns a building or occupies a business establishment
- It must have been the owner of a building or occupied a business establishment within the municipality for at least 12 months
- Designate, by resolution, a natural person who will exercise their right to vote and send this resolution to the municipality
- Application for entry
BE A CANDIDATE
Want to become a candidate to represent the interests of your community? Here are the rules you need to follow in order to comply with municipal election laws.
To run as a candidate, a person must:
- Have the right to be registered on the municipal list of electors
- Have resided in this territory (continuously or not) for at least 12 months as of one of the following date:
- in the case of a by-election, the date the notice of election was issued.
Nomination papers can be obtained from the office of the municipal returning officer.
Filing of nomination papers
Completed nomination papers must be filed between the 44th and 30th day before the date set for the election. Candidates must file their nomination papers with the office of the returning officer. The hours of operation for the office are specified on the public notice of election. Nomination papers are accepted until 4:30 p.m. on the last day.
Thinking of running for office?
We prepared a pamphlet that summarizes the steps you will have to follow, from the moment you declare your intention to run to the moment you are, hopefully, elected to office.
PUBLIC NOTICE (french only)
Avis public du scrutin
Avis concernant l’endroit où siégeront les commissions de révision
Avis du moment du recensement des votes
Avis concernant l’endroit où seront établis les bureaux de vote le jour du scrutin
Avis concernant l’endroit où seront établis les bureaux de vote par anticipation
Avis aux propriétaires d’un immeuble et aux occupants.es d’un établissement d’entreprise
Avis public de révision de la liste électorale