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May 15, 2012
A guilty plea is entered following a violation of the AERM
Quebec City, May 14, 2012 – The Chief Electoral Officer of Québec, Jacques Drouin, wishes to inform the general public that a guilty plea was entered following a violation of the Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities (AERM).
Categories : Municipal, Infractions of the ARERM, DGE

May 9, 2012
Press release No. 1 – By-election of June 11, 2012 - By-election in the electoral divisions of Argenteuil and LaFontaine on June 11, 2012
Quebec City, May 9, 2012 –– In accordance with an order issued today by the government of Québec, the Chief Electoral Officer, Jacques Drouin, must hold an election on Monday, June 11, 2012 in the electoral divisions of Argenteuil and LaFontaine. Here are a few important dates for the electoral period:
Categories : Provincial, By-elections, DGE

April 26, 2012
Voting by mail for electors temporarily absent from Quebec
Québec City, April 26, 2012 –– Mr. Jacques Drouin, Chief Electoral Officer of Québec, wishes to inform Québec electors who are currently staying outside Québec, or are about to do so, that they can register effective immediately to avail themselves of voting by mail at the time of a general election, a by-election or a referendum.
Categories : Provincial, By-elections, DGE

June 2, 2011
Appointment of the returning officers of 17 electoral divisions of Quebec


Québec, June 2, 2011 – Today, the Chief Electoral Officer of Québec, Mr. Jacques Drouin, is proceeding with the nomination of 17 returning officers. In each electoral division the returning officer carries out all of the activities related to the holding of an election or a referendum and sees to the application of the laws administered by the Chief Electoral Officer.
Categories : Provincial, Divers, DGE

January 20, 2011
Wanted: key democracy players for four electoral divisions of the Island of Montréal

Québec, January 20, 2010 – The Chief Electoral Officer of Québec has launched a recruitment competition to fill the position of returning officer in the electoral divisions of Jacques-Cartier, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Saint-Henri-Sainte-Anne and Robert-Baldwin. The objective is to appoint a major democracy player whose mandate will be to represent the Chief Electoral Officer in the electoral division, in particular by organizing and holding electoral events, such as general elections and by-elections. Interested persons have until 4:30 p.m. on February 4, 2011 to apply. A two-stage selection process will make it possible to choose a returning officer who will be appointed for a 10-year term of office.

Categories : Provincial, DGE

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