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Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum - Elections Canada

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Dec 14, 2019 ...Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum Part 21 GENERAL Reports of Chief Electoral Officer Polling division reports 533. The Chief Electoral Officer shall, in the case of a referendum, without delay, publish, in the manner and form that he or she considers appropriate, a report that sets out (a) by polling division

Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum - Elections Canada

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Dec 14, 2019 ...Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum Part 15 Return of the Writ Referendum return 313. (1) The returning officer, without delay after the 10th day that follows the completion of the validation of results or, if there is a recount, without delay after receiving the certificate referred to in section 308, shall declare

Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum - Elections Canada

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Dec 14, 2019 ...Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum Part 5 Conduct of a Referendum Date of General Election 56.1 Not applicable. 56.2 Not applicable. Writs of Referendum 57. (1) Not applicable. (1.1) Not applicable. (1.2) Not applicable. Polling day (2) In the case of a referendum, (a) the date of issue of the writs shall

Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum - Elections Canada

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Dec 14, 2019 ...Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum Part 1 Referendum Rights Persons qualified as electors 3. Every person who is a Canadian citizen and is 18 years of age or older on polling day is qualified as an elector. Disentitlement from voting 4. The following persons are not entitled to vote at a referendum: (a) the Chief

Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum - Elections Canada

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Dec 14, 2019 ...Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum Division 4 Electors Residing in Canada Definition of "elector" 231. For the purpose of this Division, "elector" means an elector, other than a Canadian Forces elector or an incarcerated elector, who resides in Canada and who wishes to vote in accordance with this Division

Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum - Elections Canada

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Dec 14, 2019 ...Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum Part 11 Special Voting Rules Interpretation and Application Definitions 177. The definitions in this section apply in this Part. "administrative centre" « centre administratif » "administrative centre" means an area established under section 180 for the distribution of materials

Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum - Elections Canada

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Dec 14, 2019 ...Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum Part 12 Counting votes Polling Stations Counting the votes 283. (1) Immediately after the close of a polling station, the deputy returning officer shall count the votes in the presence of the poll clerk and any agents of registered referendum committees or witnesses who

Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum - Elections Canada

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Dec 14, 2019 ...Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum Part 14 Judicial Recount Interpretation Definition of "judge" 299. (1) In this Part, "judge" means a judge who sits in the electoral district where the results are validated. Powers of judge (2) A judge who is authorized by subsections 300(4), 301(4) to (6), sections 302, 304

Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum - Elections Canada

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Dec 14, 2019 ...Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum Schedule (Section 2) Canada Elections Act as adapted for the purposes of a referendum Short title Short title 1. This Act may be cited as the Canada Elections Act as Adapted for the Purposes of a Referendum. Interpretation Definitions 2. (1) The definitions in this subsection

Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum - Elections Canada

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Dec 14, 2019 ...Regulation Adapting the Canada Elections Act for the Purposes of a Referendum Part 16 Communications Interpretation Definitions 319. The definitions in this section apply in this Part. "referendum advertising" « publicité référendaire » "referendum advertising" means the transmission to the public by any means during a referendum period of an advertising

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