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Useful tips

  1. 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?

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. February 10 2016

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

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.