Useful tips

  1. September 20 2017

    Throughout her career, the current Ombudsperson has always given social rights and defense of the underprivileged pride of place.

  2. September 6 2017

    In certain conditions, student financial assistance does not take parents’ income into account for calculating loans and bursaries.

  3. August 23 2017

    The retirement income people receive as of age 60 may affect their social assistance benefit amounts.

  4. July 12 2017

    Now it’s easier for people settling in Québec to get a Québec driver’s licence.

  5. June 28 2017

    Six months ago, accessory costs were prohibited. So why does it still happen that sometimes people get billed?

  6. June 14 2017

    Here are the 10 steps for exercising your rights.

  7. May 31 2017

    Treating infertility involves various courses of action and may entail hefty costs. However, the Régie de l'assurance maladie du Québec (RAMQ) foots the bill for certain services.

  8. May 17 2017

    There is a waiting list and its purpose is to refer you to family doctor who is taking new patients.

  9. May 10 2017

    If you have experienced the flooding affecting so many regions of Québec, you may qualify for financial assistance and relief services.

  10. May 1 2017

    Since May 1, the Act to facilitate the disclosure of wrongdoings relating to public bodies makes it possible for anyone to safely disclose wrongdoing involving a public body to the Québec Ombudsman.

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