Mail-in ballots in some jurisdictions could take up to 5 days to count: Perrault

Outlining the mail-in voting process on Wednesday, Canada’s chief electoral officer Stéphane Perrault said the counting of mail-in ballots will begin after election day. In most jurisdictions, he explained, it should take only two days to count these ballots, but If there is a large volume of mail-in ballots it could take as long as five days in some jurisdictions.

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