- August 24 2020Investigation result
A man was discharged from hospital. To go home, he was placed in a wheelchair in an adapted vehicle. Feeling that the wheelchair was not suitable for his condition, he complained to the Québec Ombudsman.
- August 19 2020Useful tip
Preschool, elementary school and secondary school…students at all these levels are going back to school this fall with the pandemic as a backdrop. Here’s what you need to know in ten points.
- August 10 2020Investigation result
An elderly person asked Retraite Québec for her tax statements but the agency refused to provide them. She complained to the Québec Ombudsman.
- July 14 2020News
Further to the high volume of requests received by the Québec Ombudsman concerning the mandatory wearing of masks or other face covers in enclosed public spaces throughout Québec as of July 18, we wish to inform you that the Québec Ombudsman considers this decision reasonable in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- July 8 2020Useful tip
Victims of assault, including sexual assault, can now seek legal action at any point, with no time restrictions.
- June 29 2020Investigation result
A citizen learned that his driver’s licence was about to be suspended because of an unpaid fine. He said that it was a mistake but he was obliged to pay the fine anyway. Wanting to be reimbursed, he complained to the Québec Ombudsman.
- June 26 2020Reaction to bills and draft regulations
In a letter to the Minister of Immigration, Francization and Integration, the Ombudsperson commented on the draft Regulation to amend the Québec Immigration Regulation.
- June 25 2020Useful tip
How to file a complaint about a residential centre.
- June 15 2020Investigation result
As a participant of the Aim for Employment program, a citizen received a monthly amount. When she learned that her payments would be cut, she was confused and worried. She complained to the Québec Ombudsman.
- June 11 2020Reaction to bills and draft regulations
In a letter to André Bachand, the Chair of the Committee on Institutions, Ombudsperson Marie Rinfret commented on Bill 55.