Elections provinciales 2018 | Ontario elections

Posted on 4th June 2018 by monlimoges in Limoges & Forest,Village of Limoges

electionsThe 2018 Ontario provincial elections are Thursday June 7. You can vote if are 18 years of age or older, you are a Canadian citizen, you reside in an electoral district, and you have not already voted. In the Village of Limoges, voting takes place at Saint-Viateur elementary school.

The candidates for Glengarry-Prescott-Russell (which includes Village Limoges) are: Joel Charbonneau, Freedom Party of Ontario; Darcy Neal Donnelly, Libertarian; Bonnie Jean-Louis, Ontario NDP/NPD; Pierre Leroux, Ontario Liberal Party; Daniel Bruce Reid, Green Party of Ontario; and Amanda Simard, PC Party of Ontario.

Provincial elections are scheduled every four years. During a provincial election, you elect a Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) to represent you in the Legislative Assembly.

Your electoral district has an elected MPP who speaks for you and everyone who lives in your electoral district. When all the MPPs meet in the Legislative Assembly, they make the laws that govern Ontario.