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Quebec health minister to review why officials paid for advice on how to talk about coronavirus

coronavirus deaths.Dubé made the comments at a news conference on Tuesday, responding to revelations by Global News that the West Island Integrated University Health and Social Services Centre (CIUSSS) paid more than $140,000 for advice on how to talk to journalists and elected officials about their response to the COVID-19 pandemic.While he said he would look into the matter, the health minister also appeared to defend the contract.“If they did that, they used their judgment and they made sure it was done for the right reason,” said Dubé.Global News learned that the West Island CIUSSS spent $140,027.57 for the first 21 days of the contract from April 10 to April 30 after obtaining a copy of the bill, released through access to information..

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