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The Québec Ombudsman reviews complaints from persons, enterprises, groups or associations who believe that they have been unfairly or improperly treated by a Government of Québec department or agency or by an institution in the health and social services network (second-level recourse in this sector). Do you have a complaint? Then feel free to contact us. Your file will be handled in complete confidentiality.
You have a snowmobile and you have a question as the snow starts to fly—am I covered by SAAQ’s public plan?
Our investigation results outline the facts and explain the action taken by the Québec Ombudsman. This week must-read: a citizen who wanted to apply for a record suspension discovered at the courthouse that he could not because of an outstanding balance of $2.
Our investigation results outline the facts and explain the action taken by the Québec Ombudsman. This week must-read: a young professional complained because Revenu Québec did not recognize her university diploma when she applied for a tax credit.
In a report released today, the Québec Ombudsman recommends that all children 6 to 16 years old living in Québec have access to public education, regardless of their or their parents’ immigration status.
Here’s a 15-question checklist to help you find one.