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Public Writers

Do you find it difficult to fill out administrative forms? Do you have an administrative question to which you don’t know the answer?

Public Writers

Do you find it difficult to fill out administrative forms? Do you have an administrative question to which you don’t know the answer?

« Public Writers » is a simple and efficient way to overcome the difficulties commonly faced by newcomers.

Public Writers

The “Public Writers” project consists in accompanying newcomers in their exchanges with Quebec institutions. The project aims to facilitate administrative tasks as well as oral and written communication with public bodies and organizations.

Thanks to individual and group activities, you will be better equipped to communicate in French with government bodies in an independent way. This service is personalized and free.

It is available by appointment only. To register, please call (514) 856-3511 extension 319 or use the form below.

Group Activities

  • Learning about the main government websites
  • How to complete online forms
  • Phone simulations in preparation for real life telephone calls
  • Understanding the Quebec school system and the parties involved
  • Practice drafting letters to government bodies and understand the importance of the specificity of French as the official language of Quebec

Individual Activities

  • Support and advise newcomers in their interactions with government agencies
  • Provide tools to newcomers to allow them to be independent and better prepared
  • Improve newcomers’ understanding of letters and bills (gas, telephone, electricity, etc.)
  • Advise and guide newcomers, analyse and explain the different ways in which the Quebec system works to make it accessible to newcomers

Registration Form

Come meet one of our public writers!

Estefania Acosta

(514) 856-3511 extension 319

Sensibilisation au harcèlement psychologique et sexuel en milieu de travail

Dans le cadre du projet « Harcèlement en milieu de travail, Connaître, Prévenir, Agir » réalisé grâce au soutien financier de la CNESST (Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail), le CACI a le mandat de sensibiliser les personnes immigrantes en emploi ou en recherche d’emploi au harcèlement psychologique et sexuel en milieu de travail.

Par le biais de publicités, de rencontres individuelles et d’ateliers de groupe, le CACI explique comment identifier une situation de harcèlement psychologique ou sexuel en milieu de travail, les obligations de l’employeur et les recours possibles pour les victimes de harcèlement.

Pour en savoir plus, visionnez les vidéos ci-dessous et consultez le site de la CNESST.

Raising Awareness of Psychological and Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

As part of the project entitled “Harcèlement en milieu de travail, Connaître, Prévenir, Agir” (“Workplace Harassment : Knowledge, Prevention, Action”) carried out with the financial support of the CNESST (Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail), the CACI has the mandate to raise awareness among immigrants who are working or looking for work of psychological and sexual harassment in the workplace.

Using advertisements, individual meetings and group workshops, the CACI explains how to recognize a psychological or sexual harassment situation in the workplace, the employer’s obligations and the possible remedies for victims of harassment.

To find out more, watch the following videos and visit the CNESST website.

Cours de français, session automne

Cours de français en présentiel

Les cours de francisation sont destinés à tous ceux qui souhaitent apprendre le français. La formation est gratuite et le certificat qui vous sera délivré est valide pour la demande de citoyenneté.

Participation d’allocation journalière de 28 $

Form pré-inscription francisation - EN

Pre-registration Form

THIS IS NOT REGISTRATION. Depending on your eligibility and course availability, we will contact you in the upcoming days for more information. This form is only valid for the Spring Session (from April 2 to June 16, 2024). Filling out this form does not guarantee your registration.