After firing two nurses last year for racially abusing an Atikamekw patient, Prime Minister Franకోois Legalt met with the CEO of CISSS de Lanoudier on Tuesday.
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Last Saturday, Press Reported Under the circumstances that led to the dismissal of two Joliet nurses in March 2021, these nurses were treated with “disrespect and racism” by an Atikamek patient named Jocelyn Ottawa at Joliet Hospital.
After the establishment its former employees agreed that they had no intention of threatening Ms.Me That next wish was for Ottawa and the two nurses to return to their jobs.
Francois-Nicholas Fleury, counsel for CISSS de Lanoudier, agreed before the Arbitration Tribunal on May 26 that former employees Mr.Me That next wish was for Ottawa and the two nurses to return to their jobs.
The Arbitration Tribunal is responsible for determining Sylvie Bellemare, one of the fired nurses, was mistakenly fired. His decision is due in July.
Franకోois Legalt confirmed at a press conference in Anjou on Monday that he would meet with the president and director general of the Integrated Center for Health and Social Services (CISSS) in Lanadier, Marypaupart.
Without further ado, he confirmed that the dismissal of the nurses was “something to be discussed” during a meeting with the Prime Minister.Me Poupart, but he knows nothing more than what he reads in the media.
Joliett Hospital was already in hot water when Joyce Echaquen, a psychiatric patient from Manawan, died at the same hospital on September 28, 2020, after a live video was broadcast and staff were heard making racist remarks about him.
Two employees were shot after the tragic incident.
With Isabelle Hachi, Press