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News

Canada Day – July 1, 2022

The Curateur public’s offices will be closed on Friday, July 1, 2022 for Canada day.

The regular schedule will resume on Monday, July 4.

Are you moving? Have you notified the Curateur public?

(June 29, 2022) As a legal representative, a member of a tutorship council, or a represented person, you are required to notify the Curateur public du Québec if you’re planning a move.

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Canada’s public trustees and guardians gather in Vieux-Québec

(June 8, 2022) The Curateur public du Québec hosted the 2022 Conference of the National Association of Public Trustees and Guardians, which took place in Vieux-Québec from May 30 to June 1.

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Launch of the podcast We all have a role to play

(May 13, 2022) Following the success of the video series of the same name, the Curateur public is pursuing its information and awareness campaign with the launch of a podcast called We all have a role to play. Given the imminent enactment of the law set to modernize Québec’s protection system, the series highlights the changes that have been announced. Beyond that, it demystifies the protection of vulnerable persons, while making listeners aware of the importance of each person’s role.

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