Municipal Election 2021

This section provides the information you need to exercise your right to vote or run for the municipal election of November 7, 2021.

Election result

Consult the result of the vote count by clicking on the following link:

Result of the vote count (french only)


Who can vote?

To be a qualified elector, you must:

  • be 18 years old on polling day,


  • on September 1, 2021, meet these conditions:
    • be a Canadian citizen;
    • not be under curatorship;
    • not have been found guilty of an offence that is a corrupt electoral practice.

And at that same date (September 1, 2021), you must meet one of the following two conditions:

  • be domiciled in the Municipality and have resided in Quebec for at least six months;
  • have been, for at least 12 months, the owner of an immovable or the occupant of a business establishment located on the territory of the Municipality.

Your home is not located in Mille-Isles?

You may be eligible to vote if you own an immovable or if you occupy a business establishment in the Municipality since September 1, 2021.

You could have this right if you are, for example:

  • owner or co-owner of an immovable;
  • owner or co-owner of a cottage or secondary residence;
  • occupant or co-occupant of a business establishment.

To exercise your right to vote, you must send an application for registration to the electoral officer. See the notice to sole owners and undivided co-owners of an immovable.

The form varies depending on the person making the request:

  • An elector who is not domiciled but who is sole owner of an immovable or occupant of a business establishment located within the territory of the Municipality must submit form SMR-9.2;
  • Co-owners of an immovable or co-occupants of a business establishment must designate a single person among themselves, using the proxy SMR-9.1, to be entered on the list of electors.

In order for the application to be valid for the current election, you must submit your form by October 26, 2021.

The application or proxy remains valid until it is replaced or withdrawn. If you wish to replace or withdraw an existing application or proxy, please contact the electoral officer.

President of election
Mr. Pierre-Luc Nadeau
1262, Mille-Isles Road
Mille-Isles (Quebec) J0R 1A0

Telephone: 450-438-2958 | Ext. 2620

Am I registered?

To verify your registration on the list of electors, you can visit the elections Québec website or contact the Chief Electoral Officer at 1-888-353-2846 or by e-mail at Remember, to vote, you must be registered on the voters list.

All persons whose names appear in the Register of Electors will be automatically entered to the list of electors. They will receive a voter information card in the mail prior to the advance polls.

Please note that it is important to verify the data appearing on this card. If you find an error or if you have not received the card, we invite you to follow the steps mentioned in the notice published by the electoral officer.

Public notice of revision of the list of electors

Vote by mail:

You will have the opportunity to vote by mail if you are in one of the following situations:

  • You will be 70 years of age or older on Election Day;
  • Between Sunday, October 17, 2021 and Wednesday, October 27, 2021, you must comply with a request or recommendation for isolation from public health authorities because you:
    • Have returned from a trip abroad less than 14 days ago;
    • Have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and are still considered a carrier of the disease;
    • Have symptoms of COVID-19;
    • Have been in contact with a suspected, probable or confirmed case of COVID-19 for less than 14 days;
    • Are awaiting a COVID-19 test result.

To vote by absentee ballot, you must make a verbal or written request by contacting the president of election no later than Wednesday, October 27, 2021.

President of election
Mr. Pierre-Luc Nadeau
1262, Mille-Isles Road
Mille-Isles (Quebec) J0R 1A0

Telephone: 450-438-2958 | Ext. 2620

If you are applying to vote by absentee ballot because you are required to comply with a public health authority order or recommendation for segregation, your application will be valid for the current ballot only. If you will be 70 years of age or older on Election Day, your application will be valid for the current ballot and any subsequent reruns.

Absentee ballot application form (french only)

What to bring to a vote?

To vote in an election, you must be on the list of electors and present one of the following pieces of identification:

  • Quebec health insurance card;
  • Quebec driver’s licence;
  • Canadian passport;
  • Certificate of Indian Status;
  • Canadian Armed Forces identity card.

It is suggested that you bring a lead pencil or a blue or black ink pen to mark your ballot.


Submit your candidacy for the 2021 municipal election:

The documents and forms required for submitting an application are currently available at the reception desk of the Mille-Isles municipal office.

For information about submitting a candidacy, please refer to the Elections Quebec guide or the MAMH guide (french only).

To find out the health instructions and recommendations for people who wish to apply, be sure to use this checklist from Elections Québec.

The official list of candidates for the November 7, 2021 municipal election is available on the Élections Québec website.

The candidates for the 2021 municipal election:

The returning officer of the Municipality of Mille-Isles, Mr. Pierre-Luc Nadeau, has declared one candidate for mayor elected by acclamation as well as five candidates for the positions of councilor elected by acclamation at the end of the nomination period which expired on Friday, October 1, 2021, at 4:30 p.m.

In alphabetical order of last names, the candidates who filed a declaration of candidacy are:

Mayor: Mr. Howard Sauvé (proclaimed elected by acclamation)
Councillor at seat 1: Mr. Yvon Arnold | Mrs. Manon Loiselle
Councillor at seat 2: Mr. Francis Léger (proclaimed elected by acclamation)
Councillor at seat 3: Ms Diane Bélair (proclaimed elected by acclamation)
Councillor at seat 4: Mrs Cassandre Lescarbeau (proclaimed elected by acclamation)
Councillor at seat 5: Ms. Julie Léveillée (proclaimed elected by acclamation)
Councillor at seat 6: Mrs. Dawn Charles (proclaimed elected by acclamation)

Take note that all voters registered on the electoral list will vote for the position in election, namely for the position of Councillor seat 1.

Advance poll will be held on Sunday, October 31, 2021, from 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and polling day will be held on Sunday, November 7, 2021, from 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Election staff

List of electoral staff:

Election or Referendum Signs

The Minister of Transportation has developed a directive concerning electoral or referendum posters to ensure the safety of road users. For any questions relating to electoral or referendum posting, we invite you to consult the posting notice (french only).