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Curateur public

Since 1945, the Curateur public du Québec has been ensuring the protection of incapable persons, the preservation of their autonomy and the respect of their rights, while also helping their relatives or persons with a special interest to fulfill their duties.

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Public Curator

Julie Baillargeon-Lavergne

Public Curator

The organization and its commitments


The primary mission of the Curateur public is to ensure the protection of incapable persons. It does so by considering what is in their best interest, respecting their rights, upholding their autonomy and taking their wishes and preferences into account.

The Curateur public achieves its mission by taking on the following responsibilities:

  • ensuring the protection of the property of minors;
  • informing incapable persons and their legal representatives of all relevant regulations;
  • increasing public awareness of the issue of incapacity and providing information on ways of adequately protecting incapable persons.


Access the Curateur public’s annual reports, strategic plan, action plans and other administrative documents (in French).

Last update: April 28, 2022