Hearings of the Bouchard-Taylor Commission to be held in Gatineau - List of individuals and groups that will present briefs or testimony

    MONTREAL, Sept. 10 /CNW Telbec/ - The Consultation Commission on
Accommodation Practices Related to Cultural Differences (CCPARDC) will hold
hearings between 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Tuesday September 11, at the Four
Point Sheraton Hotel in Gatineau. The following individuals and organizations
that will present briefs or testimony have agreed to be identified beforehand:

              METHOD OF
    ----    -------------    ----                      ------------------

    08:30       Brief        ASSOGBA, Yao            Professor, Université
                                                     du Québec en Outaouais
    08:45       Brief        BRADY, Marie-Joie
    09:00       Brief        GAGNE, Jacques
    09:15       Brief        LAGACE, Gilles
    09:30       Brief        LOUCHEUR, Yohanna
    09:45       Brief        MANGIN, Jean-Marc       CUSO
    10:00 BREAK (15 min)
    10:15     Testimony      BUREAU, Marc            Mayor of Gatineau
    10:30       Brief        GAGNON, Marc-André      Société nationale des
                                                     Québécois et
                                                     Québécoises de
                                                     l'Outaouais (SNQO)
    10:45       Brief        PERREAULT, Jean-Paul
    11:00       Brief        POISSANT, Louis-Marie
    11:15       Brief        POURCHER, B. Jordi
    11:30       Brief        ST-LAURENT, Christine
    11:45 BREAK (1h 45 min)
    13:30       Brief        FORGET, Denise
    13:45       Brief        MERCIER, Nelson
    14:00       Brief        MORSE-CHEVRIER, Jean
    14:15       Brief        RACINE, Julie
    14:30 BREAK (15 min)
    14:45     Testimony      AMDUR, Reuel
    14:53     Testimony      AMI, Ahmed-Adam         EsSalaam-Paix-Peace
    15:01     Testimony      AUDET-PROULX, Elodie
    15:09     Testimony      BARRETTE, Pascal
    15:17     Testimony      BEAUDOUIN, Gérald  A.
    15:25     Testimony      BEDREDDINE, Merbouha
    15:33     Testimony      BERNARD, Michel         Entrepreneur
    15:41     Testimony      CLENNETT, Bill
    15:49     Testimony      LALANDE, Paulette       Warden, MRC Papineau
    15:57     Testimony      DEMERS, Jacques
    16:05     Testimony      DERY, Lorraine
    16:13     Testimony      DESROSIERS, Martin
    16:29     Testimony      LEGER, Edgar
    16:37     Testimony      MAILHOT, Nicole
    16:45     Testimony      GAGNE, Evelyne, Dr
    16:53     Testimony      GENDRON, Philippe       Archidiocèse de Gatineau
    17:01     Testimony      GIBB, Brian             L'Association pour la
                                                     revendication des
                                                     droits démocratiques
    17:09     Testimony      MORRISSET, Claude
    17:17     Testimony      NASH, Nathan
    17:25     Testimony      PATRICK, Nicole
    17:33     Testimony      RICHARD, Maurice
    17:41     Testimony      ROY, Blanche
    17:49     Testimony      ROY, Marie-Thérèse
    17:57     Testimony      SIMARD, Lisette
    18:05 END

    Allotted time :
    Presentation of briefs: 15 minutes - Testimonies: 8 minutes

    The Commission

    The CCAPRDC, co-chaired by sociologist and historian Gérard Bouchard and
philosopher Charles Taylor, has been asked to take stock of accommodation
practices and analyse all facets of the question by conducting a province-wide
consultation. The Commission will submit a report and make recommendations to
the Québec Premier on March 31, 2008.

For further information:

For further information: Sylvain Leclerc, Press Officer, CCAPRCD, Cell.:
(514) 730-3446, (514) 873-0912

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