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Montreal reimagined… “No cars, no disabled people”

May 26th 2020

MONTREAL, May 21, 2020 /CNW Telbec/ – During a press conference last Friday, in reaction to the pandemic, Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante announced a plan to “share public space,” to be reserved for cyclists and pedestrians. Several commercial arteries will...
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Amended request for accessibility to public transport

April 24th 2020

Consult the document of the Superior Court of the petition for the accessibility of public transport. Unfortunately, the following document in PDF format is not available. You can contact us if you want more information on this subject. AMENDED REQUEST...
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Our claims

April 24th 2020

R1. Considering that the maximum hours of home support service is 44 hours per week and that if the needs increase, people with disabilities have no other choice to move to a CHSLD, WE ASK: The increase in hours of...
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Class action for the accessibility of public transport

April 24th 2020

Consult the authorization judgment of the Superior Court of the class action for the accessibility of public transport. Unfortunately, the following document in PDF format is not available. You can contact us if you want more information on this subject....
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Covid-19: People with disabilities have waited long enough

April 20th 2020

THE RAPLIQ REQUIRES CONCRETE MEASURES AND A SALARY INCREASE FOR STAFF AT CES BENEFICIARIES Its a question of life or death Since the start of the Covid-19 crisis, our governments have announced and adopted exceptional measures. As soon as our...
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“The countdown has started – Disabled people condemned to die at home or in a CHSLD” – Linda Gauthier, president of the RAPLIQ

April 17th 2020

MONTREAL, April 17, 2020 / CNW Telbec / – People with disabilities and / or seniors in Quebec are completely plunged into distress since their beneficiaries are more and more numerous to go to work at better wages in the...
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SCANDALE

April 9th 2020

News provided by Comité d’action des personnes vivant des situations de handicap (CAPVISH) COVID-19 – 34,000 PEOPLE, SENIORS OR DISABLED AS WELL AS THEIR HOME SUPPORT STAFF TOTALLY LEFT IN THE FORGOTTEN QUEBEC CITY, April 9, 2020 / CNW Telbec...
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Café Cherrier

December 1st 2019

SETTLEMENT DATE – DECEMBER 2019 On December 26, 2014, a woman moving in a motorized wheelchair and a service dog from the Mira Foundation telephones the Café Cherrier, a Parisian bistro, which has become an institution in Montreal because it...
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2018-2019 Activity Report presented at the 2019 AGM on April 13

April 15th 2019

The RAPLIQ annual general meeting took place on Saturday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the St-Pierre Center in Montreal. Thank you to the people present, we appreciated the exchanges with you! The coming year will be interesting! The...
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Canada Post

March 1st 2019

SETTLEMENT DATE – MARCH 2019 In April 2018, a couple, both traveling in a motorized wheelchair, contacted the RAPLIQ to denounce discriminatory practices on the part of Canada Post. We first contact the Canada Post Ombudsman who mandates a manager...
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