For whoever was federal MP for Abitibi-Témiscamingue from 2011 to 2019, this is a return to active politics. At that time she wore the colors of the New Democratic Party (NDP).
Christine Moore, Clinical Nurse in Oncology and Hemodialysis at CISSS de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue, is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Clinical Nursing. It is precisely their experiences on the ground that prompt them to return to politics in such a hurry.
” It’s not a super good ”timed coordination” To me. I’m a registered nurse, my youngest is 3 years old, besides seeing how the healthcare system works. I see how exhausted the workers are and I say to myself: We won’t make it another four years (under these conditions). If nothing happens, we can’t go on like this for another four years. It makes no sense. And in the north it’s even worse. »
In the north, Ms. Moore cites the example of Nunavik, which asked the army for reinforcements to make up for a shortage of medical personnel.
It’s not trivial. When that’s over, a healthcare system will say it needs the army because it can’t do it. I think we need people who understand what is happening on the ground, who are able to offer concrete solutions and change the situation quickly. Because that’s where the people payShe says.
With the Parti Québécois
Christine Moore has been a member of the Parti Québécois since 2019 and believes this is the best vehicle to fulfill her ambitions with a social project for a sovereign Quebec. She feels Canada is pulling Quebec back.
The pandemic has changed many more things in terms of global interaction. While we’ve been very globalized, we recognize that we need a little more autonomy there. We have reached the breaking point with the pandemic where there are many more benefits for us to leave Canada and become independent and autonomous and operate and build what we want according to the aspirations of our citizens.believes the 38-year-old candidate.
Be present in Ungava
Christine Moore says she knows the Ungava area well, living 15 kilometers from the southern border in Abitibi-Ouest. During her first term as a federal representative, part of this territory belonged to her equestrian sport.
She intends to advertise in the communities and localities of the Jamésie region and in the Cree communities. She does not know if she will be able to visit the Nunavik communities, but she intends to provide opportunities for them to discuss and present their issues.
Of course, as an MEP, I really want to be present, to be there for the people and to be there regularly, as I have always done. As a federal representative, I drove between 80,000 and 100,000 kilometers a year. I’ve never been afraid to move. I want to continue in the same dynamic, make sure I’m approachableshe passes.
Outgoing MP Denis Lamothe of the Coalition avenir Québec, liberal Tunu Napartuk, solidary Maïté Labrecque-Saganash (daughter of Romeo Saganash) and conservative Nancy Lalancette are the other candidates in Ungava.
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