July 5, 2022

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CLSC de Joliet: Dismissed nurses can participate in mediation

CLSC de Joliet: Dismissed nurses can participate in mediation

According to a similar message from Mr. Carmier, mediation will begin In a few weeks.

CISSS de Lanadier did not respond to requests from native places prior to the publication of this text.

Two nurses were fired after Jocelyn Ottawa, a member of the Manawan community, was identified Victim of offensive remarks When visiting CLSC on March 12th.

Ghisline Picard, the great chief of the First Nations Assembly of Quebec and Labrador, revealed the case, which arose six months after Joyce Echaquen’s death in deteriorating conditions at Joliet Hospital. (AFNQL).

The latter, on his Facebook page and in the assembly, denied Another “event” Joliet at CLSC and reported a staff Disrespectfully, Of Biased comments, making fun of people and Joyce Echoquan.

Ms Ottawa, however, did not complain about the health facility.

Stephen Carmire on Friday, denied what he described Political removal. According to him, these dismissals took place very quickly and should be investigated at length.

The Quebec government strongly denied this claim.

Health and Social Services Minister Christian Dubey promised his turnNo political interference Involved in the dismissal of nurses.

Benoit Charette, the minister responsible for the fight against racism, condemned the union’s comment, emphasizing that it was a decision taken by the CSSS management.

With information from Matthias Marshall.

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