Justice Project Updates and Resources

English Federal Correctional Services in Quebec

October 13, 2021 — Read about the project's first Access to Justice issue and our efforts to bring systemic change.
 

Youth and Family Matters Committee Research

December 7, 2019 — What can be accessed in English when interacting with Quebec’s education system, the youth justice system, youth protection, and family mediation, in addition to arrest and due process. 
 

Update on Intervention Work on Federal Correctional Services

May 24, 2022 — Read more about how the  Access to Justice team has been working to improve access in English to federal correctional services in Quebec.
 

Seniors' Rights Committee Research

December 3, 2019 — Older adults are considered a vulnerable group due to the different barriers they may face when trying to access basic services.
 

Difficult Access to Online Services in English: Survey

April 11, 2022 — A strong majority of English-speaking Quebecers who participated in a recent Access to Justice poll say it has been difficult for them to access provincial government services online in English within the past two years.
 

Administrative Justice Committee Research

November 22, 2019 — How stenographers and administrative tribunals play a critical role in providing access to justice in English.
 

QCGN Justice Project Moves Online

March 31, 2022 — The Access to Justice in English project launches a website dedicated to informing English-speaking Quebecers about their legal rights.
 

QCGN Community Forum on Access to Justice in English

April 30, 2018 — How the Access to Justice in English in Quebec project first began.
 

Senior Care, Online Services Selected for Further Study

March 24, 2022 — Read about the second and third issues selected for in-depth research and intervention by the Access to Justice in English project.
 

The Justice Project Updates and Resources section includes past research by the project team. Data and findings were accurate at the time the research was conducted, but more recent information may now be available.  

The information published on this website is a simplified summary; it does not replace the official laws, regulations, or policies of Quebec and Canada. Furthermore, the information on this website does not, in any way, constitute legal advice. For assistance on any specific legal questions, please consult a lawyer. You can visit Access to Justice by Topic: Online Resources on our homepage for further information.