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Did the Quebec Human Rights Commission Drop the Ball, or was this intentional?

CJAD’s Leslie Roberts interview with QCGN Vice-President Geoffrey Chambers on a Montreal’s family fight to get youth protection services in English.

Click here to listen to the interview

Chateauguay Toddler Can’t Get English Speech Therapy Via Local CLSC

“A Chateauguay mom will have to spends thousands of dollars a year and commute to Montreal to get private speech therapy for her young son because she was told she can’t get medicare-covered services in English close to home. “

A story sent to CJAD their community e-mail presents an injustice from a mother whose son has difficulty learning English. Even the waiting list for French services is 22 months long.

Geoffrey Chambers, vice-president of the QCGN, said it’s a tragic situation, but also a typical one in our healthcare system.

Read the article on CJAD’s website