The time that most Canadians had been waiting finally arrived. Votes have been cast and polls will close on the 20th of September.
Quebecers scheduled to vote should head down to the station indicated on their voter’s card sent to them and have ready their proof of identity and address. Longer waiting time is also expected because of COVID-19 protocols.
Those who have note received their voter’s card can register and download their proof of registration.
Polls will open at 9:30 am, and close at 9:30pm.
In a few hours, the leading candidates will be declared. Hoping to squeeze out luck from the last few hours of campaign, candidates in the boroughs spent time talking to voters.
The borough, formerly a Bloc Quebecoise stronghold, has been NDP turf for the last 11 years.
NDP’s Alexandre Boulerice, the last Quebecer on still out campaigning, spent the last few hours speaking to voters.
He noted that the last few hours are crucial for his campaign.
The Block is hoping to secure its riding, and decided that the youth would help get them there, a move that was reflected in its choice of 21-yeqrl old candidate for Rosemont-La Petite, Shophika Vaithyanathasarma.
The liberals are also hoping for a chunk of the borough and are hoping to add it to their Montréal fortress.