E-3.3 - Election Act

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35. The returning officer, under the authority of the Chief Electoral Officer, is responsible, in the electoral division to which he is appointed, for the establishment
(1)  of polling subdivisions comprising not more than 425 electors. However, a polling subdivision in which a residential facility described in section 180 is situated may exceed that figure by up to the number of electors registered on the permanent list of electors for the address of that facility; and
(2)  of electoral precincts comprising polling subdivisions served by the same voting place.
1989, c. 1, s. 35; 1995, c. 23, s. 10; 1996, c. 2, s. 664; 2011, c. 5, s. 1.
35. The returning officer, under the authority of the Chief Electoral Officer, is responsible, in the electoral division to which he is appointed, for the establishment
(1)  of polling subdivisions comprising not over 350 electors;
(2)  of electoral precincts, comprising approximately ten polling subdivisions, which respect, so far as possible, natural local boundaries and the territories of local municipalities and Indian reserves, and include not more than one such territory or reserve.
1989, c. 1, s. 35; 1995, c. 23, s. 10; 1996, c. 2, s. 664.
35. The returning officer, under the authority of the chief electoral officer, is responsible, in the electoral division to which he is appointed, for the establishment
(1)  of polling subdivisions comprising not over 350 electors;
(2)  of electoral precincts, comprising approximately ten polling subdivisions, which respect, so far as possible, natural local boundaries and the boundaries of local municipalities and Indian reserves, and include not more than one such municipality or reserve.
1989, c. 1, s. 35; 1995, c. 23, s. 10.
35. The returning officer, under the authority of the chief electoral officer, is responsible, in the electoral division to which he is appointed, for the establishment
(1)  of polling subdivisions comprising not over 300 electors;
(2)  of electoral precincts, comprising approximately ten polling subdivisions, which respect, so far as possible, natural local boundaries and the boundaries of local municipalities and Indian reserves, and include not more than one such municipality or reserve.
1989, c. 1, s. 35.