E-3.3 - Election Act

Full text
301.19. Electors who are unable to move about for health reasons may vote at a domiciliary polling station at their domicile if they
(1)  address a request to that effect to the returning officer not later than the 14th day before polling day;
(2)  are registered on the list of electors for the polling subdivision at which they are domiciled; and
(3)  send the returning officer a declaration that they are unable to move about for health reasons, by mail, by fax or by an electronic means that can reproduce a signature. The declaration must be signed by the elector or, if the elector is unable to sign the declaration, by the elector’s spouse or a relative within the meaning of section 204 or by a person living with the elector, and by a witness.
Electors who act as informal caregivers of electors having the right to vote at their domicile may vote at that domicile. They must address a request to that effect to the returning officer within the time prescribed in subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph and be registered on the list of electors for the polling subdivision in which the domicile is located.
2006, c. 17, s. 15; 2011, c. 5, s. 17.
301.19. Electors who are unable to move about for health reasons may vote at a domiciliary polling station at their domicile if they
(1)  address a request to that effect to the returning officer not later than the 14th day before polling day;
(2)  are registered on the list of electors for the polling subdivision at which they are domiciled; and
(3)  send the returning officer a declaration that they are unable to move about for health reasons, by mail, by fax or by an electronic means that can reproduce a signature. The declaration must be signed by the elector or, if the elector is unable to sign the declaration, by the elector’s spouse or a relative within the meaning of section 204 or by a person living with the elector, and by a witness.
Electors who act as informal caregivers of electors having the right to vote at their domicile may vote at that domicile. They must address a request to that effect to the returning officer within the time prescribed in subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph and be registered on the list of electors for the polling subdivision in which the domicile is located.
2006, c. 17, s. 15; 2011, c. 5, s. 17.
Section 204 of this Act, as replaced by section 13 of chapter 17 of the statutes of 2006, comes into force on 15 February 2007 only for the purposes of the implementation of paragraph 3 of this section; Order in Council 157-2007 dated 14 February 2007, (2007) 139 G.O. 2, 1046.
Section 204 reads as follows:
“204. An elector who is the spouse or a relative of or lives with an elector may submit a request concerning the elector on the latter’s behalf.
In this section, relative means the elector’s father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, stepfather, stepmother, father-in-law, mother-in-law, brother, sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, son, daughter, stepson, stepdaughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandson or granddaughter.”
301.19. Electors who are unable to move about for health reasons may vote at a domiciliary polling station at their domicile if they
(1)  address a request to that effect to the returning officer not later than the fourteenth day before polling day;
(2)  are registered on the list of electors for the polling subdivision at which they are domiciled; and
(3)  send the returning officer a declaration that they are unable to move about for health reasons, by mail, by fax or by an electronic means that can reproduce a signature. The declaration must be signed by the elector or, if the elector is unable to sign the declaration, by the elector’s spouse or a relative within the meaning of section 204 or by a person living with the elector, and by a witness.
2006, c. 17, s. 15.
Section 204 of this Act, as replaced by section 13 of chapter 17 of the statutes of 2006, comes into force on 15 February 2007 only for the purposes of the implementation of paragraph 3 of this section; Order in Council 157-2007 dated 14 February 2007, (2007) 139 G.O. 2, 1046.
Section 204 reads as follows:
“204. An elector who is the spouse or a relative of or lives with an elector may submit a request concerning the elector on the latter’s behalf.
In this section, relative means the elector’s father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, stepfather, stepmother, father-in-law, mother-in-law, brother, sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, son, daughter, stepson, stepdaughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandson or granddaughter.”