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  1. April 4 2018
    Useful tip

    3,500: the approximate number of community organizations about which the Québec Ombudsman can receive complaints or reports.

  2. April 3 2018
    Investigation result

    A teacher was off work and the CNESST refused to compensate her. She complained to the Québec Ombudsman.

  3. March 29 2018
    News

    On Thursday, March 29, 2018, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., the National Assembly Committee on Public Administration will discuss the follow-up to the Québec Ombudsman report entitled Private seniors’ residences: more than just rental businesses, published in 2016.

  4. March 26 2018
    Investigation result

    A secondary student was vaccinated at school even though she had already had the vaccine and the booster shot was not due for another five years. Her mother complained to the Québec Ombudsman.

  5. March 21 2018
    Useful tip

    Did you know that the Québec Ombudsman ensures that correctional facilities uphold detainees’ rights?

  6. March 19 2018
    Investigation result

    A building owner missed a hearing because the Régie du logement sent the notice to the wrong address. The Régie wanted to charge him for reopening his file. He complained to the Québec Ombudsman.

  7. March 14 2018
    News

    The Québec Ombudsman was invited to appear before the Viens Commission (Public Inquiry Commission on relations between Indigenous Peoples and certain public services in Québec) on March 14, 2018.

  8. March 13 2018
    Reaction to bills and draft regulations

    In a letter to the Committee on Institutions, the Québec Ombudsman commented on a specific aspect of Bill 164 – Act respecting access to certain documents held by the Conseil exécutif or intended for the Conseil exécutif.

  9. March 7 2018
    Useful tip

    Do you want to install a camera in your room or the room of a family member in a CHSLD? This is what you should know.

  10. March 5 2018
    Investigation result

    A man was kept in a hospital’s brief intervention unit (BIU) in psychiatry for a month even though the usual duration of the stay is three days at most. He complained to the Québec Ombudsman.