The Quebec election campaign is just about over, and tomorrow Quebecers will do the talking.
More than a million people have already voted in advance.
The polls will be open Monday from 9:30 am until 8 pm.
Elections Quebec says you'll need one piece of government ID to vote.
Spokesowman Johanne Patry says voters need "a health insurance card, a driver's license, a Canadian passport or if this is the case, a certificate of Indian status or a Canadian Armed Forces ID card."
Patry says voters need to be registered by now.
"If you're not on the electoral list already, it's too late," she says. "But if you are, it's a very easy process."
As well, employers must give staff four consecutive hours off to be able to cast a ballot.
If you have questions, you can call 1-888 353 2846.
You can also go online, electionsquebec.qc.ca.
According to election officials, there are nearly five-million eligible voters tomorrow, casting ballots at more than 21,600 polling stations.
The number of eligible voters Monday is addition to people who've already voted.