A couple of weeks ago, Pontiac MNA André Fortin rose in the Legislative Assembly to give an impassioned defence of recently fired CISSSO CEO Jean Hébert. It was a puzzling choice by the opposition health critic to target one of the least popular bureaucrats in the region. Keep in mind, Hébert was appointed by the Liberals in March 2015 and was tasked with implementing difficult cuts to the healthcare system in the region.
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