E-2.2, r. 3 - Regulation respecting voting by mail

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10. As of the sixth day before polling day, an elector who has applied to vote by mail and not received his or her ballot papers may contact the returning officer to obtain them. If the elector’s name appears on the list of the electors registered to vote by mail and the elector has not already voted, the returning officer then sends the elector an envelope containing all the voting materials. The returning officer so informs the poll clerk of the postal polling station, who enters an indication to that effect in the poll book.
M.O. 2009-05-13, s. 10.