Every Canadian citizen over the age of 18 who has lived in Nova Scotia for six months or more has the right to vote. Every Canadian citizen over the age of 18 who has lived in Quebec for six months or more has the right to vote. (The Canadian Press)

Voters in Quebec will go to the polls in the provincial election on April 7.

As a public service, we present key resources to help you prepare for the vote.

Voter Eligibilty 

To vote in the provincial election, you must be entered on the list of electors and, on voting day:

  • be at least 18 years old.
  • be a Canadian citizen.
  • have lived in Quebec for at least six months.

Anyone subject to the protection of a curatorship and anyone who was found guilty of a corrupt electoral practice are not considered a qualified elector. 

Election Information

National assembly

Parties