The Lebanese elections will be held in Canada on Sunday, May 8th, from 7 am to 10 pm.
A link will be issued by the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities for registered voters to check their electoral code, the address of their Polling Location, and the polling station number.
Voters should ensure to have their Lebanese ID card (plastic) or a valid Lebanese passport (Biometric or blue Navy) to present at the polling station.
If your passport has expired, you can renew it the soonest to be able to cast your vote. These are being renewed “Strictly for Voting.”
There are 10 voting centers for the diaspora in Canada, distributed in 6 provinces.
- Armenian Community Center, Hallcrown, Toronto, Ontario.
- St. Charbel Antonin Maronite Catholic Church, Windsor, Ontario.
- St. Elias Cathedral, Ridgewood Ave., Ottawa, Ontario.
- Centre Melkite de Montréal, Boulevard de l’Acadie, Montréal, Québec.
- L’ecole Armenienne Sourp Hagop, Rue Nadon, Montréal, Quebec.
- Lebanese Association of Fredericton (St. Charbel Church), Argyle St., New Brunswick.
Cedar Event Center (Our Lady of Lebanon Church), Clayton Park, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
- Mother Theresa Syro Malabar Church, Calgary, Alberta.
- Canadian Druze Center, Edmonton, Alberta.
- Evergreen Cultural Center, Pinetree Way, Coquitlam, British Colombia.
Here’s The Detailed List Of Who’s Running In The Lebanese Elections In 2022.
Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Voting From The Diaspora For Lebanon’s Elections.