Are you unable to move about for health reasons?
Mobile polling stations
If you live in a seniors’ residence identified in the register maintained in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services, you may vote at home if you are unable to move about. There are more than 400 such residences in Montréal.
Voting at your domicile
If you are unable to move about for health reasons, you can vote at your domicile. In order to do so, you must:
- Apply in writing by completing the form provided for such purpose before October 17, at 10 PM
- Be entered on the list of electors of the polling subdivision in which your domicile is located
- Send to the returning officer by mail, by fax or through an electronic process that reproduces signatures, the document attesting that you are unable to move about for health reasons. Your declaration must be signed:
- Both by you
- If you are unable to sign your declaration, your spouse, a relative according to section 131 of the Act Respecting Elections and Referendums in Municipalities, or someone who lives with you.
Your returning officer will inform you of the time of the polling officer's visit.
The family caregiver residing at the same address as the elector who is allowed to vote at home can also exercise their right to vote at the same time as the elector if he or she:
- Makes the request before October 17, at 10 PM
- Is entered on the list of electors of your polling subdivision.