Quebec Conservative Party leader Eric Duheim on Friday fielded two candidates in the Trois-Rivieres and Maskinong riding races.
Under the Conservative Party banner, Karen Pepin and Serge Noel will compete in the Trois-Rivieres and Maskinong rides, respectively, in the October 3 election.
A Nursing Assistant who has worked in the health field for over 20 years, Ms. Pepin says he wants to improve the working conditions of his colleagues. It was for this reason that she joined Eric Duhaim. If elected, she would like to formulate a solid plan to improve the health care system.
“We need to make health professionals want to return to the network by providing a real work / family balance. We can make a real difference in health by promoting the autonomy of various job titles and adding better working conditions, “said Maurice-Center-du-Quebec, who currently serves as interim vice president for the Trois-Rivieres region under FIQ.
Maskinong candidate Serge Noel also wants to improve Quebec’s health system. “I want to represent the people in my constituency so that we are no longer bound to the sick health care system,” he said.
“I believe that people in their respective rides recognize women and men to protect their interests in Quebec,” Eric Duheim suggested.