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Montreal Trans ID Clinic: February 3, 2023
For the January 10, 2023 clinic, the same information, with the necessary adjustments, apply. That day, the clinic will run between 5pm and 8pm.
The Montreal Trans ID Clinic will be back again on February 3, 2023, between 12:30 pm and 3:30 pm, at L’Astérisk, a community space in the Village located at 1575 Atateken St. The location is around a 5 to 10-minute walk from Berri-UQÀM and Beaudry metro stations. The map below pinpoints the location where it’ll be. Make sure to arrive with a friend or someone else you’ve known for at least one year!
For more information, including on what to bring, please consult the Quebec Trans ID Cinic’s homepage. Only folks who have lived in Quebec for a year or more may change their gender marker or name in the province. Note that the specific requirements behind the change of name (without gender marker) process means that you’ll need to pass by the Clinic twice, if you choose to fill out the preliminary analysis form there. The Clinic is offered for free, on a pay-what-you-want/can basis: donations help offset administrative costs and help fuel other community events, such as the Montreal Trans March.
As a reminder about what the Trans ID Clinic does:
The Quebec Trans ID Clinic can provide you with legal information about the process, and act as Commissioner for Oaths for any gender marker change requests. I will provide forms and access to a photocopier on the spot: you only need to bring specified documents! I can check your forms and verify them — but cannot give legal advice, since that requires a lawyer’s presence, and I’m not a lawyer. In most cases, I can mail out your forms for you as well — meaning that you won’t have to pay a cent, even in postage!
Questions? You may consult the Legal Transition Knowledge Base (mostly in French for now), or email them to me at: celestetrianon (at/à) riseup.net.