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PQ candidate talks health care, Bill 96, other issues

Brett Thoms
Shawville September 14, 2022
The Parti Québécois (PQ) candidate for the riding of Pontiac, Jolaine Paradis-Châteauneuf, stopped by THE EQUITY office to discuss her candidacy.
Paradis-Châteauneuf is a social worker with the CISSSO in Gatineau. She works in providing services to youth and is involved in her union, the Alliance du personnel professionnel et technique de la santé et des services sociaux, both of which influenced her decision to get invloved in politics.
Paradis-Châteauneuf said one of the reasons motivating her to go into politics was the need for a spokesperson for health care and social workers in the area.
“The fight to defend the rights of the population that is more vulnerable is important for me,” said Paradis-Châteauneuf.
On health care, Paradis-Châteauneuf said that both the conditions of health care workers and quality of services offered to the population needs to be improved.
She said her biggest priority would be to . . .

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