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Quebec health-care workers say they feel overlooked by the government

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bonuses up to $18,000 for nurses. Quebec to give up to $18K in bonuses to full-time nurses amid critical shortage Incentives to attract and retain nurses will cost the Quebec government $1 billion in bonuses.“In June, you told us you had no money and that it was over, that it was as far as you could go,” said Josée Fréchette, APTS vice-president, directing her comments towards Premier François Legault and Treasury Board president Sonia LeBel. “And now you’re finding money for other people?”“There are shortages in everything in Quebec.

We’re also bleeding techs to Ontario — the wages in Quebec presently are below the standard,” said Montreal medical imaging technologist Peter Gleeson.Gleeson said despite the fact that COVID-19 patients.

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