The Board of Revisors’ sessions ended on October 18.

Am I on the electoral list?

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To be eligible to vote, you must be registered on the electoral list.

To check your registration you can:

What if I'm not on the electoral list?

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Attend one of the Board of Revisors sessions between October 12 and October 18.

Tuesday October 12
noon to 7 p.m.

Wednesday October 13
noon to 7 p.m.

Thursday, October 14
10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Friday, October 15
noon to 7 p.m.

Saturday, October 16
noon to 6 p.m.

Sunday October 17
noon to 6 p.m.

Monday October 18
noon to 7 p.m.

What supporting documents should I submit when I apply to the Board of Review?

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Have 2 pieces of ID with you to prove:

  • your identity – your name and date of birth
  • your domicile – your name and address

How can I prove my domicile to register on the list of electors if I am homeless?

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If you do not have a proof of address, ask the person in charge of the shelter or Montreal community organization where you are temporarily residing or receiving services on a regular basis to complete the Attestation of Attendance form with you.

Are there any special health measures I need to follow when I go to the Board of Revisors?

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Physical distancing will be applied at the review sites. You must also wear a procedure mask or face covering. You will have to briefly uncover your face to identify yourself.

You are welcome to bring your own blue or black pen, for example.

What happens if I am unable to travel around for health reasons?

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Print the Application for Revision to the List of Electors form. Complete this form and return it with a photocopy of your supporting documents. Elections Montréal must receive your form by October 18, 2021 at the latest. Please allow sufficient time for the mail to reach us by that date.

Someone other than you may also go to a Board of Revisors and request a registration or change on your behalf. However, this person must be a spouse, relative or person who is living with you.    

I live in a private or public seniors’ residence, a long-term care centre or other eligible establishment. How do I register?

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Visit the elections.montreal.ca website to view the list of eligible establishments and download the Application for Revision to the List of Electors form.

Print and complete this form. Return it along with a photocopy of the supporting documents or an attestation from an employee of your residence.

We must receive your form no later than October 18, 2021. Please allow sufficient time for delivery delays.

You can also appear before one of the Boards of Revisors between October 12 and 18, 2021.

I am in isolation due to COVID-19. How do I apply to the Board of Revisors?

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Print the Application for Revision to the List of Electors form. Complete this form and return it with a photocopy of your supporting documents. Elections Montréal must receive your form by October 18, 2021 at the latest. Please allow sufficient time for the mail to reach us by that

Someone other than you may also go to a Board of Revisors and request a registration or change on your behalf. However, this person must be a spouse, relative or person who is living with you.

I registered to vote in the September 20, 2021 federal election. Am I automatically registered to vote in the 2021 municipal election?

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Check your municipal election registration here.

If you are not registered, we invite you to apply to the Board of Revisors between October 12 and 18.

The municipal list of electors is derived from the permanent list of electors as of September 1, 2021. Thus, after this date, any change (entry, correction or striking off) made other than through the Board of Revisors will not appear on the municipal electoral list.