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S.M. 2015, c. 44
Bill 45, 4th Session, 40th Legislature
The Elections Amendment Act
(Assented to November 5, 2015)
HER MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, enacts as follows:
The following is added after section 44:
When an election is called for an electoral division, the returning officer may
(a) appoint persons to perform administrative duties at the returning office; and
Subsection 46(1) is replaced by the following:
In any of the circumstances mentioned in section 39, a returning officer may
(a) rescind the appointment of a person whom the returning officer appointed under this Act; and
The following is added after subsection 64(5):
If the chief electoral officer approves, the returning officer may establish a separate voting area for an apartment, condominium complex or other multiple residence containing fewer than 100 units, where the majority of the residents are seniors or persons with disabilities.
The following is added after subsection 66(1):
To facilitate the creation of an accurate permanent voters list in Manitoba for elections held in 2020 and afterwards, the enumerator must also ask each eligible voter enumerated to provide his or her gender and date of birth.
The following is added after subsection 74(2):
Subsection 75(1) is replaced with the following:
The returning officer must provide a copy of the preliminary voters list to
(a) the chief electoral officer; and
The following is added after subsection 115(3):
The voting officer or registration officer must ask a person applying under subsection (3) to provide his or her gender and date of birth, but providing that information is not a requirement for voting.
The following is added after subsection 137(1):
If the chief electoral officer approves, the returning officer may extend an institutional voting station established under clause (1)(a) to a co-located facility or residence where seniors or persons with disabilities reside.
The following is added after subsection 143(2):
The following is added after subsection 151(2):
An applicant may be asked to provide his or her gender and date of birth in an application to vote as a homebound voter.
This Act comes into force on the day it receives royal assent.