Maintaining a remote register
Second Draft By-law No. 414-21 amending Zoning By-law No. 382-19 in order to modify the CR-2 zone and to regulate the Jardin-de-bière project.
You can consult the documents related to this second draft by-law by clicking on the following links (available in French only):
- Second Draft of By-law No. 414-21
- Annex C – Zoning Map A
- Identification of zones
- Public Notice of April 17, 2021
Conditions and specifications regarding the process for maintaining a remote register (COVID-19):
All persons must identify themselves by name, address, and qualification to vote. Qualified voters wishing to register their name must include a copy (photo, photocopy) of one of the following valid pieces of identification, along with their application for a referendum vote:
- health insurance card;
- driver’s licence or Canadian passport;
- certificate of Indian status; or
- Canadian military service identification.
These copies of identification will be destroyed at the end of the application process.
Any person assisting a qualified voter who is unable to sign the application must write on the application:
- his or her relationship to the qualified voter (spouse, parent, or other).
If the qualified voter is not a parent or spouse, a written statement that the qualified voter did not assist another person who is not a parent or spouse during the referendum application process, a statement that the qualified voter assisted the qualified voter and the signature of the qualified voter.
Every person must submit, with his or her application, a document certifying that he or she is entitled to be registered on the list of qualified voters entitled to be registered on the referendum list if his or her name is not already on the list.
Is eligible: any person who, on March 2, 2021, is not disqualified from voting and meets the following conditions:
- be domiciled in the municipality; and
- have been domiciled in Quebec for at least six months; and
- be of legal age and a Canadian citizen and not under curatorship; and
- not have been found guilty of an offence that is a corrupt electoral practice.
Any non-resident sole owner of an immovable or non-resident sole owner of a business establishment who is not disqualified from voting and who meets the following conditions:
- have been, for at least 12 months, the sole owner of an immovable or the occupant of a business establishment situated on the territory of the municipality;
- registration as such is conditional upon receipt by the municipality of a writing signed by the owner or occupant or a resolution requesting such registration. PDF : Application for registration on the list of electors or the referendum list
A co-owner who is already entitled to be entered on the referendum list as a domiciled person, owner of an immovable, or occupant of a business establishment may not be designated.
A co-occupant who is already entitled to be registered on the referendum list as a domiciliary, owner of an immovable, or occupant of a business establishment may not be nominated.
Any non-resident undivided co-owner of an immovable or non-resident co-occupant of a place of business who is not disqualified from voting and meets the following conditions:
- be an undivided co-owner of a building or co-occupant of a business establishment located in the municipality for at least 12 months;
- be designated, by means of a power of attorney signed by a majority of the persons who have been co-owners or occupants for at least 12 months, as the person entitled to sign the register on their behalf and to be included on the referendum list, if applicable. Such power of attorney must have been produced before or at the time of signing the register. PDF : Power of attorney for registration on the list of electors or the referendum list
- To have designated by resolution, from among its members, directors, or employees, a person who, on March 2, 2021 and at the time of exercising his or her right, is of full age and a Canadian citizen, who is not under curatorship and is not disqualified from voting under the Act;
- Have produced, before or at the time of signing the register, the resolution designating the person authorized to sign the register on the referendum list, if applicable.
The address to be included on an application for a referendum ballot shall be, depending on the qualification of the qualified voter included on the municipality’s referendum list:
- The residential address, in the case of a qualified voter domiciled in the municipality;
- The address of the property, in the case of a qualified voter who is the sole owner or undivided co-owner of a property located in the municipality;
- The address of the business establishment, in the case of a qualified voter who is a sole or joint occupant of a business establishment located in the municipality.