Quebecers are voting for their next government on October 3rd and CBC News brings you the latest results and analysis across all our platforms.
How to follow election night on radio, TV and online.
How to follow and stream on TV
Tune in to our election night coverage on CBC Television, CBC News Network and CBC Gem from 7:30 p.m. ET.
Debra Arbec will host the show, which begins at 7:30 p.m. and includes analysis from columnist Emilie Nicolas and Léger Executive Vice President Christian Bourque.
The CBC’s Sudha Krishnan and Douglas Gelevan will help us present the results as they come in after polls close at 8pm
We will check in with our reporters at the five major party headquarters across the province.
There will also be a streaming version of the show with ASL, also beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET on CBC Gem and online.
how to listen
You can join CBC Radio One breaking away Hostess Alison Brunette, breaking Dawn are hosting CBC’s Sean Henry and Shawn Lyons for a national radio special.
Starting at 7:29 p.m. ET, the show will break down what’s at stake in this election and provide live results and analysis after polling stations close at 8 p.m
Tune your radio to your local CBC Radio One station to listen, or download the CBC Listen app to stream online.
How to follow online
Our digital team brings you the night’s biggest breaking news from across the province at cbc.ca/news, cbc.ca/quebec and the CBC News app.
Once polling stations close, you can use our interactive results page to get up-to-the-minute results on races across the province. You can also customize your view to see what’s happening in your community and in the races that matter most to you.
You can also stream the election night special on our results page or one of the platforms below. There will also be a streaming version of the show with ASL starting at 7:30pm ET which you can find on the platforms below.
If you don’t want to miss a thing, download the CBC News app for iOS and Android, where you can sign up for push notifications that send all the highlights to your phone.
If you’re still not sure who to vote for, check out CBC’s tools to help you make a decision, including our interactive platform tracker and voting compass.