Glaring flaws in Quebec long-term care homes repeatedly flagged before COVID-19 crisis: ombudsman

The glaring shortcomings in Quebec’s long-term care homes were repeatedly flagged to authorities long before the novel coronavirus pandemic ravaged CHSLDs, the province’s ombudsman said Thursday. Marie Rinfret pointed to … Read More

Quebec unveils action plan for potential 2nd coronavirus wave

Quebec is preparing for a potential second wave of the novel coronavirus with a series of measures, including appointing a manager for each long-term care home and recruiting workers for … Read More

Quebec outlines coronavirus action plan ahead of potential second wave

Quebec is gearing up for a potential second wave of the novel coronavirus with a series of measures, including more oversight for the province’s embattled long-term care homes. The province … Read More

Quebec unveils action plan for potential second coronavirus wave

Quebec is preparing for a potential second wave of the novel coronavirus with a series of measures, including appointing a manager for each long-term care home and recruiting workers for … Read More

Coronavirus: Red Cross to gradually take over from military in Quebec long-term care homes

The Red Cross will be sent to long-term care homes in Quebec as the Canadian Armed Forces wraps up its mission. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the situation has been … Read More

Quebec coroner orders public inquiry into coronavirus deaths at long-term care homes

Posted June 17, 2020 12:54 pm Updated June 17, 2020 1:02 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Quebec’s chief coroner is … Read More

Coronavirus: Military deployment to Quebec, Ontario long-term care homes extended to June 26

The Canadian Armed Forces will continue to assist in Quebec and Ontario long-term care homes hit hard by the novel coronavirus crisis until June 26, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced … Read More

Coronavirus: Quebec has received 55,000 applications for long-term care jobs, Legault says

After calls for help in long-term care homes amid the novel coronavirus crisis, Quebec’s premier says 55,000 people have signed up to study and become orderlies. François Legault made the … Read More

Canadians have ‘deluded’ themselves about the state of long-term care: doctor

Canadians have for years been turning a blind eye to the state of long-term care homes across the country and ignoring the growing question of how to care for the … Read More

Quebec long-term care homes grappling with staffing, personal equipment challenges: military report

Quebec is asking for the military to stay in long-term care homes until September and will launch a large recruiting campaign to train and hire more orderlies on the heels … Read More

Quebec long-term care homes grappling with major challenges: military report

A 60-page report from the military on the condition of Quebec’s long-term care homes released by the government on Wednesday points to three major challenges in the facilities: staffing shortages, … Read More

Quebec long-term care homes grappling with major challenges, military report outlines

Quebec is asking for the military to stay in long-term care homes until September and will launch a large recruiting campaign to train and hire more orderlies on the heels … Read More

Quebec ombudsperson to investigate coronavirus crisis response in seniors residences

Quebec’s ombudsperson is launching an “impartial and independent” investigation into the handling of the novel coronavirus health crisis in embattled nursing homes by the province and its health network. Marie … Read More

Coronavirus: Over 1,000 CAF members sent to Quebec long-term care homes, more to come by mid-May

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted May 7, 2020 10:56 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says … Read More

Quebec will continue to see ‘a lot of deaths’ amid coronavirus pandemic, premier says

Quebec continues to see the number of deaths and cases attributable to the novel coronavirus pandemic rise as the province plans to progressively ease restrictions starting next week. Related News … Read More

Laurent Duvernay-Tardif helps out Quebec long-term care facility amid coronavirus crisis

A Quebec-born Super Bowl champion is making the move from the offensive line to the medical front line. Kansas City Chiefs offensive guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is working at a long-term care … Read More

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