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Ouellet, Nadon & associéEs law firm and PINAY (Filipino Women’s Organization in Quebec) will comment an important judgment by the Court of Quebec.

Date

2010-01-30

Authors

PINAY

Series title

Media Advisory

Number of pages

1

Place published

Montreal

Full text

Ouellet, Nadon & associéEs law firm and PINAY (Filipino Women’s Organization in Quebec) will comment an important judgment by the Court of Quebec.

The Court of Quebec has recently rendered a judgment that clearly denounces the abuses committed against migrant live-in caregivers. Ouellet, Nadon & associéEs law firm and PINAY wish to jointly comment the principal elements of this judgment.

Media representatives are invited to a press conference to be held Saturday, January 30th, at 10:30 am at the Maison Parent-Roback at 110 St-Thérèse Street. Me Alain Tremblay and Evelyn Calugay, PINAY spokesperson, will share their conclusions and the political and legal repercussions of this judgment. They will be available to answer press questions on this subject.

Location: Maison Parent-Roback.
110 St Thérèse Street (access by Notre-Dame / St-Vincent)
Time: 10:30 am
Date: Saturday, January 30th, 2010
Information: Pierre-André Champoux 514-212-4129

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Keywords

Philippine, aide familiale, congédiement, faible salaire, arrestation tuberculose

Economic sectors

Home child care providers and Home support workers, housekeepers and related occupations

Content types

Documented cases of abuse and Support initiatives

Geographical focuses

Quebec

Languages

English