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A Group Of 80,000 Quebec Nurses Admitted Systemic Racism Exists In The Health Care System

The organization said racism is particularly prevalent against First Nations and Inuit patients.

The Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec (OIIQ), the province's professional order of nurses, and the largest professional order in Quebec with over 80,000 members, formally recognized the presence of systemic racism in Quebec's health care system on July 14.

Following the death of Joyce Echaquan in a Lanaudière hospital last September, the OIIQ noted that systemic racism in Quebec's medical system is especially prevalent against Indigenous patients.

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The clinic is open to festival-goers as well as anyone visiting Parc Jean-Drapeau. Since it's no secret that drugs and alcohol go hand-in-hand with music festivals, we asked what you should you know if you're planning on getting a vaccine dose and also planning on being inebriated. 

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On Thursday, Health Minister Christian Dubé outlined what Quebec's vaccine passport system would look like and when it would take effect.

The purpose of a vaccine passport would be to allow Quebecers with two doses of a vaccine to access some non-essential services in the event of a spike in new cases. Here's the rundown.

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Mayor Valérie Plante plans to equip SPVM police officers with body cameras next year.

The mayor's office told MTL Blog that the administration aims to start implementing the technology across the 5,000-person force at the beginning of 2022.

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