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Imagine that your government, the one you pay taxes to, responds to your letter of concern– in a language other than the language you wrote in.  Now imagine Google providing a translation that the Quebec government was unable to provide.  Thanks Goog! Foff Quebec. Passing the buck really sucketh. Here’s the letter I received:
Gov reply July 2014          And here is Google’s translation:

Government of Québec
Office of the Deputy Prime Minister
and Minister of Public Safety

On July 16, 2014

Mr. Jack Locke

Sir,

This is in response to your email of 5 June 2014 in which you request an encounter with the Minister of Public Safety, Lise Thériault, concerning the holding of a public inquiry into the death of Dylan Ford, Mitchell Bracken Guenette and Ricardo Conesa , occurred on 31 October 2010.

As you stated its predecessor, the Act of the causes and circumstances of death clearly provides for the coroner can not determine civil or criminal liability of a person, because that is a power of the courts. In these respects, we recommend you consult a lawyer if you think appropriate. The public inquiry, the same way as the investigation has functions resercher the identity of the deceased, date and place of death, and the probable causes and circumstances of the latter. It can also make recommendations for better protection of human life.

We believe that the investigation of the coroner Krystina Pecko report meets the requirements of the law and the holding of a public inquiry into the sad event would not further clarify the causes and circumstances surrounding the deaths three victims.

Please accept my sincere condolences and I ask you to accept, Sir, the assurances of my best feelings.

The Chief of Staff,

Louise Bedard

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