The public consultation on road safety was held from January 9 to March 3, 2017. The consultation drew a high number of participants and we wish to thank all of you who took part.
Regional consultation sessions will be held in 11 cities across Québec: Chibougamau, Val-d’Or, Gatineau, Baie-Comeau, Rimouski, Trois-Rivières, Saguenay, Sainte-Adèle, Sherbrooke, Montréal and Québec. Choose the city you would like to be invited to speak in and register.
The regional consultation sessions are open to everyone: individuals, local and regional groups, and provincial and national associations. To take part in a regional consultation session, you must register using the online form and choose the topic you would like to address. You will have between 10 and 15 minutes to present your point of view.
A detailed schedule for each session will be posted on the public consultation website a few days before each session is held. Inasmuch as possible, groups and associations will be scheduled to speak during the day, and individuals will be scheduled to speak in the late afternoon and in the evening.
Individuals, groups and associations that show up without registering cannot be heard officially. However they can attend the session. Given that places are limited, priority will be given to those who have registered and then to others on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Before you start
To begin the registration process, you must choose the city where you would like to speak.
Individuals, groups and associations can register only once.
The registration period for a given consultation session ends a few days before the session is held. Refer to the schedule to find out the registration deadline for each city.
If you are under 18, parental consent is required.
Depending on the number of registrations we receive and the topics covered, it is possible that not everyone who registers will be invited to speak at the regional consultation sessions. You will receive an email a few days after the registration deadline to let you know whether or not you have been scheduled to speak at the regional consultation. Note that you can only be scheduled to speak once.
If we are required to make choices when inviting people or groups to speak at the regional consultation sessions, we will do our utmost to ensure a variety of points of view are heard and that each of the 15 topics are covered.
All groups and associations that are scheduled to speak are required to file a brief. They have until March 3 to do so in one of three ways: using the form on the Submit a Document page, in person at the regional consultation session, or by mail.