Day 30: The chefs take part in the evening program “Everyone is talking about it”.

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Elections in Quebec: advance voting this Sunday

Quebecers can vote starting this Sunday.

Elections Quebec held a reminder this week to conduct the primary elections on Sunday and Monday.

Polling stations are open from 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Voters can find out where they will be voting from the registration notice they receive in the mail or from the Élections Québec website. They have to make sure they are on the electoral roll before going there.

Quebecers voting must provide proof of identity, either a health card, driver’s license or Canadian passport.

In 2018, 1.1 million eligible voters in Quebec, or nearly 18% of the population, exercised their right to vote in advance. That was less than the 2014 election, when more than 19% of voters went to the polls early.

The countdown has started. There is less than ten days until voters make their final choice in the polls. After 30 days of campaigning, the leaders of the five major parties continue to visit different constituencies with the aim of convincing voters that they are best suited to govern.

Consult our file on provincial elections.

The chefs will be interviewed by host Guy A. Lepage during their appearance on the show that evening Everyone talks about itbroadcast on Radio Canada.

Quebec Liberal Party (PLQ) leader Dominique Anglade will be in Montreal to visit Marguerite Bourgeoys’ electoral office.

Coalition avenir Québec (CAQ) leader François Legault has planned to pre-vote. In addition, all Quebecers can vote in advance on Sunday and Monday. The location where voters must be to vote is indicated on the registration notice they receive in the mail or on the Élections Québec website. Polling stations are open today from 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

After the vote, François Legault will take part in a scrum in his race from L’Assomption.

The Québec solidaire (QS) co-speaker will be at Rimouski’s side in the morning, where he will hold a press conference.

PQ leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon will take part in a press crowd outside Joliette’s voting office.

Conservative leader Éric Duhaime’s agenda was not available at the time of writing.

Tyrone Hodgson

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