The Québec Ombudsman

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Monday to Friday

8:30 a.m. to noon
and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Common complaints

"The personal care that my mother is getting at a CHSLD seems inadequate to me."

Other examples of inadequate services

"Retraite Québec gave me insufficient information about my pension assessment."

Other examples of incomplete information

" The hospital has refused to grant me physiotherapy and has referred me to a private clinic instead."

Other examples of infringement of rights

"I got a notice of assessment from Revenu Québec that seems unfair."

Other examples of financial damage

"I can’t seem to be able to have my health insurance card renewed. "

Other examples of wait times


All news

October 26 2016
Useful tip
At what age does school become compulsory? How many years does a child have to stay in school? Here are answers that should help.
October 26 2016
Intervention report
The Québec Ombudsman received a report concerning violation of the rights of users hospitalized on units 4C and 4D of Centre hospitalier régional de Lanaudière.