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Useful tips

  1. April 6 2016

    If you feel that a medical clinic or a physician wrongly billed you for services covered by the Régie de l’assurance maladie (RAMQ), you can ask to be reimbursed.

  2. April 4 2016

    You get to the doctor’s office and you can’t find your health insurance card. Will the doctor see you anyway?

  3. March 15 2016

    When you turn 65, there are changes to your prescription drug insurance. You are automatically registered for the RAMQ public plan.

  4. March 9 2016

    Do you sometimes feel like you’re being shuttled from one public service to another without anyone really giving you answers or solving your problem?

  5. March 2 2016

    If you are about to turn 75, you will be getting a letter from the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec (SAAQ) any day now.

  6. February 17 2016

    As a parent, you may be eligible for a Revenu Québec tax credit that reimburses you for a portion of your childcare expenses.

  7. February 10 2016

    If you own a building with at least one rental unit, a new formality now applies.

  8. February 3 2016

    Under certain conditions, the SAAQ adapts the living space of people injured in a road accident... within time frames that were the subject of a special report by the Québec Ombudsman.

  9. January 20 2016

    Here is a snapshot of the rights of minors. At what age can minors legally see a health professional on their own? Can students who work part time get income replacement indemnities if they get hurt on the job? For the answers, read on.

  10. January 7 2016

    Legal aid eligibility thresholds changed on January 1. From now on, if you live alone and your maximum annual income is $19,201, you have free access to the services of a legal aid lawyer.