When the government wants to summon a deceased person… to a consultation

News 26 January, 2018
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    The leader of the government, Jean-Marc Fournier

    Marie-Renée Grondin

    Friday 26 January 2018 14:31

    Friday 26 January 2018 14:31

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    An email that was sent to the office of the government house leader Jean-Marc Fournier, the opposition parties and independent mps has raised some eyebrows…

    In fact, there is a “first proposal of groups” that could be heard in the framework of special consultations on bill 128 on the supervision of dangerous dogs.

    The problem is that in the email, the government proposes to hear Christiane Vadnais, this lady killed by a dog of the boxer-type, 8 June 2016 in Montreal.

    In the email, the name of Mrs. Vadenais (with an “e” too!) figure with sides of the Order of veterinary doctors of Quebec, the Union des municipalités du Québec (UMQ), the Fédération québécoise des municipalités (FQM) and the National organization of Pitbull Victim Awareness.

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    Christiane Vadnais died at age 55 on June 8, 2016, to be the victim of a dog attack while she was in his court.

    The government probably wants to hear the family of Mrs. Vadnais… but this is not what is written in the list that was submitted.