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News

Can an incapable person vote in provincial elections?

(September 29, 2022) On October 3, people under tutorship or with a homologated mandate will be able to vote in the election; however, people under curatorship are not allowed to vote.

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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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