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Public question period

At the beginning of each meeting, the Board of Directors opens up the floor for participants to ask questions to Board members.
People who want to ask a question must register 15 minutes before the start of the meeting (5 p.m.).
 

How do I register?

  • You must print and complete the registration form. Please note that this form is also available at the reception desk of the Réseau de transport de Longueuil located at 1150 Marie-Victorin Boulevard in Longueuil during normal business hours, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday.
  • You must submit the registration form at the reception desk of the administrative center at least 15 minutes before the start of the session.
  • You must provide the following information :

    • Your name and address
    • Your phone number
    • Your question and the organization you represent, if applicable
 

How do I ask my question?

During the question period, the Chair will ask you to introduce yourself at the microphone.
  • Address the Chair when asking your question.
  • State your name and the name of the organization you represent, if applicable.
  • When asking a question, you must limit yourself to the subject indicated on the registration form.
 

Some important guidelines

  • A question must be related to one of the following points:

    • A matter of public interest under the purview of the Board
    • A member’s intentions with respect to a regulatory or administrative measure of the RTL
  • The question must be brief and concise, and must not contain personal references, innuendos, or violent, insulting, or disrespectful comments.
  • Only one question per person is allowed, with the possibility of a follow up question.
  • The following types of questions are not permitted:

    • Questions preceded by an unnecessary introduction (in the sole opinion of Chair)
    • Questions based entirely or partially on an assumption
    • Questions that are argumentative, express an opinion, or make a deduction or an accusation
    • Leading questions
    • Questions intended to spark a debate
    • Questions whose answers would require or constitute a professional or personal opinion
 
For more information about the question period, see the excerpt from by-law no. L-02 — Réseau de transport de Longueuil by-law.