April 7, 2014 1:00 pm
Updated: April 7, 2014 4:50 pm

Your guide to Quebec’s 2014 provincial election

A woman casts her ballot at an advance polling station in the town of Hudson, Que., Monday, March 31, 2014. Quebecers will vote in a provincial election on April 7.

THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes

Complete coverage of the 2014 Quebec provincial election


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On Monday April 7, Global News will have up-to-the-minute live Quebec election results as well as a live blog starting at 6 p.m. ET and live streaming video beginning at 8 p.m. ET when polls close.

Quebec election 101

Been away for the past month? Don’t follow politics? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. Here’s a last-minute guide to the 2014 Quebec elections.

Parties and party leaders

Interactive riding maps

From Abitibi-Est to Westmount–Saint-Louis, each of the 125 Quebec provincial electoral ridings are mapped out here.

Voting issues

The main election campaign issues range from sovereigntycharter of values and language, to the economy and integrity. Find out more about how these hot-button issues have played out in the campaigns here.

Election poll results

Throughout the month of March and into April, various polling companies have surveyed Quebecers to get a fix on voting intentions in the upcoming election.

The election was called on March 5 and Quebecers vote on April 7 – the only poll that really counts. Take a look at the latest poll results leading up to the final count.

Races to watch

Language, identity and corruption have taken over the Quebec 2014 elections. Despite all the mudslinging between party leaders, all eyes this year are on the swing ridings that could either make or break a majority government.

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