2017 Elections

On Sunday, Novembre 5, 2017, a general election will be held in Rosemère for the positions of mayor and municipal councillors whose mandates are drawing to a close. 

Read Rosemère News' Election Special Edition to know more about voters rights and the various steps involved in the electoral process. Click here to access this document.

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Registration on the electoral list:

In order to exercise your right to vote in the election of November 5th, you must be registered on the municipal electoral list

The electoral list is developed from data on the permanent electoral list of the Chief Electoral Officer of Québec. It will be officially tabled on October 6 and can be consulted, upon request, at the office of the Returning Officer. 

In the past few days, a registration notice showing those entered on the electoral list, or a notice of non-registration if no voter appears on the list for a given address (revision notice) was distributed to every residential address in Rosemère. Since your right to vote depends on it, as soon as you receive this notice, ensure that your name is listed and that your contact information is accurate. If your name does not appear on the notice, it means that you are not registered on the electoral list. 

It is important to note that for sole owners of a building and sole occupants of a business establishment to be registered on the list, the Town must receive a written request for registration. As well, in the case of undivided co-owners of a building and co-occupants of a business establishment, the Town must receive a power of attorney signed by the majority of co-owners or co-occupants eligible to vote, designating the individual among them who will be registered on the electoral list. These requests must be received no later than October 1st, 2017 in order to be processed by the returning officer. After that date and until October 18, they will be processed by the Board of Revisers. 

Request for modification to the electoral list: Registration / Correction / Removal:

If you note, upon receipt of the revision notice, that you are not registered on the electoral list, that there is an error in your registration information, or that a person is registered at your address but no longer lives there, you can ask the Board of Revisers to make the necessary corrections. 

Requests for registration, correction or removal must be presented to the Board of Revisers in person, by the voter himself, his spouse, a parent or a person living with him. A request for removal can, exceptionally, be presented by any person registered in the same voting section as the one whose removal is requested. 

To request registration, you must present two IDs. The first must show your name and date of birth while the second must provide your name and address. You must also provide your former address. 

Schedule of the Board of Revisers:

The Board of Revisers will be held at the Rosemère Town Hall located at 100 Charbonneau Street, on the following dates and times: 

  • Saturday, October 14, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 
  • Monday, October 16, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. 
  • Wednesday, October 18, from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. 

2017 municipal Elections: deadline for filing nomination papers

The deadline for filing nomination papers for the municipal elections was 4:30 p.m., Friday, October 6.

Voters can look up the list of candidates for the positions of Rosemère mayor and councillor can do so by clicking on the following link: www.electionsmunicipales.quebec/

Information: 450 621-3500, extension 2222

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