- April 3 2019Useful tip
More than 11,000 people in Québec benefit from the service employment paycheque program, but there are certain obligations. Here’s what you need to know.
- April 1 2019Investigation result
A child with severe deafness had to see a speech therapist every week. The frequency of the meetings was not respected, so the father complained to the Québec Ombudsman.
- March 25 2019News
The Québec Ombudsman was informed about wrongdoing supposedly committed in a childcare centre (CPE).
- March 25 2019Investigation result
A citizen received financial assistance for studying abroad. He felt that the amount was insufficient. He complained to the Québec Ombudsman.
- March 20 2019Useful tip
Since April 18, 2019, car safety seats are mandatory for all children until the age of 9.
- March 18 2019Investigation result
A citizen in distress contacted an addiction rehabilitation centre (CRD). The needs assessment meeting was scheduled for several weeks later. Dissatisfied, he complained to the Québec Ombudsman.
- March 11 2019Investigation result
A citizen entered her name in an Internet search engine. She discovered that her father had recognized their filiation years after her birth. A family member of the citizen complained to the Québec Ombudsman.
- March 4 2019Investigation result
A woman with cancer had to wait for hours at the emergency room. Even though she felt tired, she was denied a stretcher. A family member complained to the Québec Ombudsman.
- February 27 2019Reaction to bills and draft regulations
The Ombudsperson commented on Bill 9 to the Committee on Citizen Relations.
- February 27 2019Useful tip
If you feel that a public service’s wait times are too long, you can contact the Québec Ombudsman.