E-2.3 - Act respecting school elections to elect certain members of the boards of directors of English-language school service centres

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15. Any elector who has a child to whom section 1 of the Education Act (chapter I‐13.3) applies who is admitted to educational services provided by an English-language school service centre having jurisdiction over the territory in which the elector is domiciled may vote at the election of the members of that centre’s board of directors.
Any elector who does not have a child to whom section 1 of the Education Act applies who is admitted to educational services provided by an English- or French-language school service centre having jurisdiction over the territory in which the elector is domiciled may vote at the election of the members of the English-language school service centre’s board of directors, if the elector so chooses.
However, an elector whose child was enrolled in an English-language school service centre when he or she finished school is deemed to have chosen to be registered on the list of electors of that English-language school service centre and to vote in its elections.
The elector may exercise the voting option described in the second paragraph, outside election proceedings, if, on the date the option is exercised, the elector does not have a child to whom section 1 of the Education Act applies who is admitted to educational services provided by either of the school service centres having jurisdiction over the territory in which the elector is domiciled.
1989, c. 36, s. 15; 1990, c. 35, s. 3; 1997, c. 47, s. 56; 2000, c. 59, s. 2; 2001, c. 45, s. 9; 2006, c. 51, s. 12; 2020, c. 12020, c. 1, s. 212.
15. Any elector who has a child to whom section 1 of the Education Act (chapter I‐13.3) applies who is admitted to educational services provided by a school board having jurisdiction over the territory in which the elector is domiciled may vote at the election of commissioners of that school board.
Any elector who does not have a child to whom section 1 of the Education Act applies who is admitted to educational services provided by any school board having jurisdiction over the territory in which the elector is domiciled may vote at the election of the commissioners of the French language school board, unless he has chosen to vote at the election of the commissioners of the English language school board having jurisdiction over the territory in which he is domiciled.
However, an elector whose child was enrolled in an English language school board when he or she finished school is deemed to have chosen to be registered on the list of electors of that school board and to vote in its elections.
The elector may exercise the voting option described in the second paragraph, outside election proceedings, if, on the date the option is exercised, the elector does not have a child to whom section 1 of the Education Act applies who is admitted to educational services provided by either of the school boards having jurisdiction over the territory in which the elector is domiciled.
1989, c. 36, s. 15; 1990, c. 35, s. 3; 1997, c. 47, s. 56; 2000, c. 59, s. 2; 2001, c. 45, s. 9; 2006, c. 51, s. 12.
15. Any elector who, as of 1 September preceding polling day, has a child to whom section 1 of the Education Act (chapter I‐13.3) applies who is admitted to educational services provided by a school board having jurisdiction over the territory in which the elector is domiciled may vote at the election of commissioners of that school board.
Any elector who, as of the same date, does not have a child to whom section 1 of the Education Act applies who is admitted to educational services provided by any school board having jurisdiction over the territory in which the elector is domiciled may vote at the election of the commissioners of the French language school board, unless he has chosen to vote at the election of the commissioners of the English language school board having jurisdiction over the territory in which he is domiciled.
The elector may exercise such voting option, outside election proceedings, if, on the date the option is exercised, the elector does not have a child to whom section 1 of the Education Act applies who is admitted to educational services provided by either of the school boards having jurisdiction over the territory in which the elector is domiciled.
1989, c. 36, s. 15; 1990, c. 35, s. 3; 1997, c. 47, s. 56; 2000, c. 59, s. 2; 2001, c. 45, s. 9.
15. Any elector who, as of 30 September preceding polling day, has a child to whom section 1 of the Education Act (chapter I‐13.3) applies who is admitted to educational services provided by a school board having jurisdiction over the territory in which the elector is domiciled may vote at the election of commissioners of that school board.
Any elector who, as of the same date, does not have a child to whom section 1 of the Education Act applies who is admitted to educational services provided by any school board having jurisdiction over the territory in which the elector is domiciled may vote at the election of the commissioners of the French language school board, unless he has chosen to vote at the election of the commissioners of the English language school board having jurisdiction over the territory in which he is domiciled.
The elector may exercise such voting option, outside election proceedings, if, on the date the option is exercised, the elector does not have a child to whom section 1 of the Education Act applies who is admitted to educational services provided by either of the school boards having jurisdiction over the territory in which the elector is domiciled.
1989, c. 36, s. 15; 1990, c. 35, s. 3; 1997, c. 47, s. 56; 2000, c. 59, s. 2.
15. Any elector who, as of 30 September preceding polling day, has a child who is admitted to educational services provided in schools of a school board having jurisdiction over the territory in which the elector is domiciled may vote at the election of commissioners of that school board.
Any elector who, as of the same date, does not have a child who is admitted to educational services provided in schools of any school board having jurisdiction over the territory in which the elector is domiciled may vote at the election of the commissioners of the French language school board, unless he has chosen to vote at the election of the commissioners of the English language school board having jurisdiction over the territory in which he is domiciled.
1989, c. 36, s. 15; 1990, c. 35, s. 3; 1997, c. 47, s. 56.
15. If the domicile of an elector is situated in the territory of more than one school board, the elector cannot vote at the election of commissioners of any school board other than the school board to which his child is admitted as a student.
An elector who has no children admitted to the educational services of any of the school boards may vote at the election of commissioners of such one of the school boards as he chooses.
1989, c. 36, s. 15; 1990, c. 35, s. 3.
15. If the domicile of an elector is situated in the territory of more than one school board, the elector cannot vote at the election of commissioners of any school board other than that where his child is enrolled as a student.
An elector who has no children enrolled in the schools of any of the school boards may vote at the election of commissioners of such one of the school boards as he chooses.
1989, c. 36, s. 15.