FIQ (Fédération Interprofessionnelle de la santé du Québec)

On March 31, we ring the alarm!

On March 31 we will have gone one year without a collective agreement in the public sector. That is why all labour organizations, including the APTS-FIQ alliance, are uniting to ring the alarm! Now more than ever, Quebec needs strong public services!

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The FIQ and FIQP pay tribute to healthcare professionals’ courage during the pandemic

The last year was extremely difficult, especially for healthcare professionals who saw the worst and felt powerless before the unknown, dealing with the staff shortage, the lack of protective equipment, distress, stress, guilt, fear of falling ill and infecting their family, the virus and the death of their patients in great solitude.

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March 8: The Intersyndicale des femmes asks the government to tackle the inequalities amplified by COVID-19

The Intersyndicale des femmes agrees with the findings of the study by the Institut de recherche et d’information socioéconomique (IRIS), that crises, whether economic, health or environmental, exacerbate inequalities between men and women.

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March 8: The Status of Women Committee’s Editorial

Since the beginning of the pandemic, many healthcare professionals feel they have lost their bearings. Many are overwhelmed by the feeling of having lost control of their personal and professional life.

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March 8: an open letter from the FIQ President

The current wage structure for healthcare jobs is lagging cruelly behind due to chronic devaluation of the traditionally feminine profession.

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The SPSO denounces the danger of the care at the Hôpital de Gatineau

The Syndicat des professionnelles en soins de l’Outaouais recently learned of the acute labour shortage on 7 North at the Hôpital de Gatineau.

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