January 21, 2017
September 18, 2014
He claims he can be a competent premier but he is raising the taxes. cutting back on services as Quebec is broke, busted…
but the same person Couillard could not spot a crook even as he worked with him for years.. but I can work with a person one day and likely tell you if he is a crook, immoral or not.. and that is why I tend to spell Liberals as Lieberals..
The really bad Liberals including DR Philippe Couillard who had allowed this province to go down in a mess, corruptions THEY STILL REALLY do not deserve to be a governing party ever. I am not a politician, but as an ordinary Citizen I knew that Dr Porter was likely clearly corrupt, the MUHC corrupted, and the city of Montreal as well and I had objected to it. And if Pauline Marois and her separatist party fail to address the corruptions now properly, instead of sweeping it under the table as has been done wrongfully for decades, they too do not deserve to be a governing party ever Both the Liberals and the PQ parties had failed to properly deal with English language laws already too..
In 2006, Couillard, then health minister in the Liberal government, agreed to bring Quebec doctors’ salaries in line with those of their colleagues in the rest of Canada. As president of the FMSQ from 2010 to 2014, Barrette had defended the agreement before changing his tone when he became minister of health.
Now he is calling for a delay of the pay raise as part of the Couillard government’s promise to plug the provincial deficit by 2016. The value of the pay hike has been estimated to be anywhere between $900 million and $1.2 billion. Doctors’ salaries account for 62 per cent of the Régie assurance maladie du Québec’s yearly budget, amounting to $6.5 billion.
Instead of clawing back doctors’ salaries, the government should deal with the “daily waste related to the mismanagement of hospitals,” Francoeur wrote in a fiery editorial in Le Specialiste, the FMSQ’s monthly magazine. http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/Medical+specialists+accuse+Quebec+health+minister+negotiating+faith/10211519/story.html
January 4, 2014
A world-renowned hacker, New Zealand-born Barnaby Jack who died in San Francisco in July, overdosed on a mix of heroin, cocaine and other drugs, a coroner’s report shows. An autopsy revealed that “acute mixed drug intoxication” led to his death, San Francisco’s medical examiner said. The report also had said Mr Jack’s girlfriend had found him lying in bed unresponsive, with “multiple bottles of beer and champagne in the garbage can“.
PEOPLE WHO TAKE DRUGS, ALCOHOL TEND ALSO TO CHEAT, LIE, STEAL. INDULGE IN PORN, COMMIT ADULTERY, TAX EVASIONS.. AS THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A LITTLE BIT PREGNANT SIN HERE TOO..
Most headlines about moderate alcohol consumption are still misleading ones —such as a drink or two a day is good for your heart, your soul, and may even extend your lifespan! But a new study finds that regularly consuming even moderate amounts of alcohol can cause a decrease in brain plasticity, or the brain’s ability to generate new cells. It rather kills even existing brain cells.. https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2013/04/01/alcohol-consumptiom-is-still-one-of-canadas-biggest-problem/
There is always still the reality of the warnings of the health risks of marijuana and alcohol usage, rightful warnings that cannot be ignored or dreamed away. .I can’t, for the life of me, understand how any normal, honest, rational person can, in good conscience, support the legal availability of alcohol, or any extremely harmful drug as It’s quite baffling, contrary to good personal health care. in any case with the human tendency to excess like with anything, too much of any thing can be still really bad, harmful to you Smoking pot is different here too. . Even plain cigarette smoking is harmful to you as we all can know.
Everyone who drink or use pot will suffer brain injury but the Youths who drink or use pot are more likely than others to suffer traumatic brain injury. Alcohol and drugs can damage a teen’s brain in more ways than people think. Their negative Symptoms include loss of consciousness, dizziness, headaches, moodiness, difficulty concentrating and increased sensitivity to light and sounds. Teens who reported having 40 or more drinks in the past year had more than five times the odds of suffering a traumatic brain injury than youths who abstained. Those who smoked pot 10 or more times in the past year were more than three times as likely to report a brain injury. But booze and pot can also make people dizzy and disoriented and alter their perception of distance and space. We already do know from adult studies just how devastating some of these drinking alcohol or pot use injuries can be on all of the people’s quality of life, their ability to hold steady employment, their relationships, substance use and mental health. https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/09/02/drink-alcohol-and-die/
Yes all of the persons who take bad drugs and alcohol suffer undeniably irreversible brain damage, death of brain cells, become more and more mentally retarded. Believe it or not Accept it or not! Most headlines about moderate alcohol consumption are still misleading ones —such as a drink or two a day is good for your heart, your soul, and may even extend your lifespan! But a new study finds that regularly consuming even moderate amounts of alcohol can cause a decrease in brain plasticity, or the brain’s ability to generate new cells. It rather kills even existing brain cells..
January 1, 2014
Canada has both good and bad points in reality.. I too do not use an ostrich approach and try to sweep negative truths under the rug but I write to have them still properly dealt with, ASAP too.
This blog was viewed about 78,000 times in 2013. About 600,000 times all together.
In 2013, there were 68 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 956 posts.
Some visitors came searching, mostly for driving and cell phones, Quebec, alcohol, Prime Minister Stephen Harper, political cartoons, Police, Canada, and divorce.
These are the posts that got the most views in 2013.
3: Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and his Church -The Christian Missionary Alliance https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2008/05/10/christian-and-missionary-alliance-denomination/
As usual the same topics get read the Most.. Divorce, Medicare, plus the bad cops, bad Bell, Alcoholism etc.
Crunchy numbers for 2014
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 52,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 19 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
The busiest day of the year was June 5th with 747 views. The most popular post that day was Bad Ministers.
These are the top 10 posts that got the most views in 2014.
1 Divorce And Remarriage In The Christian Church
2 Should we deport all Muslims from Canada?
3 Drink alcohol and die
4 Canada’s bad police officers
5 New Project hopes to slash actual residential car speed limits
6 Christian and Missionary Alliance Corporation C&MA
7 THOSE LYING SPIN DOCTORS THINK WE ARE ALL AS STUPID AS THEY ARE.
8 Hospital deaths account for half of deaths annually
9 QUEBEC the second largest PROVINCE in Canada holds 75 seats AND cannot be ignored.
10 Canada’s Worst Cell Phone Bill” BELONGS TO BELL
Now I have posted about 1000 posts here but it seems most readers like to read still only the ten most popular subjects.
And what is not surprising is except for two subjects, Putin, Muslims, most of these posts subjects were started years ago even and are still popular today. As usual the same topics get read the Most.. Divorce, speeding, Medicare, Cops, Bell, Alcoholism, Quebec, Politics, etc.
Where did they come from?
166 countries in all!
Most visitors came from Canada.
The United States & U.K. were not far behind.
Note this that my Christian, spiritual blogs get the most readers, and this is not surprising
The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog Come Holy Spirit was viewed about 110,000 times in 2014. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 5 days for that many people to see it. The busiest day of the year was October 15th with 954 views. The most popular post that day was 7 Spiritual anointings, 7 Spirits of God. and the 2nd most popular post was The Holy Spirit’s anointing
Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog Hot Discussions was viewed about 67,000 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Madison Square Garden, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it. The busiest day of the year was December 18th with 1,166 views. The most popular post that day was PEOPLE WHO DISOBEYED GOD IN THE BIBLE and the 2nd most popular post was Jews, Israel, Arabs and Jesus Christ, the Bible
Other popular Christian posts were “Son of Man” is a title that Jesus used of himself, CHRISTIAN POSTERS- BIBLE, HOLY SPIRIT, Christian attitudes towards drugs, smoking and alcohol , Bad Pastors, bad deacons, bad elders = bad church . what does the word chosen mean in the Bible? , The consistent, ongoing Symbols of the Holy Spirit In the Bible , The Dangers of the Hebrew Roots Messianic Movement, Now why was Jesus even so angry with the Pharisees
August 30, 2012
55 per cent of McGill MDs who finished their residency in 2009 were practising in Quebec as of July 2011, according to figures from the Canadian Medical Association. That compares with 91 per cent of Laval University medical grads who were still in province, 90 per cent from the University of Montreal and 76 per cent of Sherbrooke University trainees. The largest portion of departing McGill MDs — nearly half of those who left Quebec — went to Ontario. Tuition is heavily subsidized at the province’s universities, with the Quebec Education Ministry estimating it costs taxpayers upward of $160,000 to train each doctor.
A Quebec government under the Coalition Avenir Québec party would use the long-dormant notwithstanding clause in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms to try to keep doctors who get trained in the province from leaving, CAQ leader François Legault says. “It doesn’t make sense that from McGill, after five years, half the doctors have left Quebec.”Legault, also has said med students from McGill University are especially guilty of exiting Quebec once they’ve finished their education. McGill makes money from Med students for foreign students that taxpayers pay for.
The question as to why they leave Quebec? is answered by the fact they basically had no initial intention of staying here, they used McGill’s reputation as a stepping stone for their career elsewhere.We should thus stop subsidizing their education. François Legault had gotten copies of my blog too..
By the way we still need better supervision still of all of our doctors and nurses in Quebec too, and stop the illegal 2 tiered medical care system now too.
We all do deserve to get better and to get real medical services. People often complain to me they received poor medical care from a bad charge card happy doctor, and I know it is true, cause I have experienced it many times.
.. too many at McGill they clearly lack people skills due to the LOVE OF MONEY THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL
more Medical cartoons at https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2009/03/09/canadian-health-care/
October 12, 2011
IMAGINE THIS TOO MANY PEOPLE ARE STILL DYING FROM THIS DECADES OLD SHIT DISEASE AND CONTINUALLY, AND FOR DECADES EVEN IN QUEBEC, CANADA, AND NO ONE IS JAILED FOR IT.. NOT EVEN THE HEALTH MINISTERS https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2013/01/14/shit-disease-c-difficile-related-deaths-highest-in-recent-years-is-still-totally-unacceptable/
It was interesting to me to read the various news spins being done on a report done by the researchers at Toronto’s St. Michael’s Hospital about our bad doctors. Supposedly another tip of the iceberg, as there are very low proportion of doctors that are disciplined even because it a serious obstacle course where doctors are not allowed to complain about the other doctors, and ordinary persons, others they are are not qualified to make any medical, professional judgments.
No such thing as a little bit pregnant, and I am sure that it is same doctors who commit sexual transgressions are also guilty of other major immoral acts such as tax evasions.
I have laid complaints directly against 5 bad Canadian doctors and none were ever properly dealt with. https://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2010/09/01/canadas-health-care-fiascos/
Undisciplined Doctors, like Policeman, Nurses do now get complacent with daily routine and forget how to act properly. More attention is needed for safeguard. Present “Discipline means nothing.If you bring a complaint of fraud,cover up,concealment,abuse and report anything that is in violation of the health act don’t be surprised if things aren’t covered up.The fact that 98 percent of patients never receive a penny in compensation is a little more telling.24,000 people die every year in Canada due to medical mistakes. 87,500 patients admitted annually to Canadian acute care hospitals report an adverse event.5.2 million people according to the CIHI reported an adverse event(preventable medical error). The serious stuff that is reported is not made public so people have no idea what is being covered up. ”
TORONTO — One-fifth of doctor disciplinary cases in the last decade involved repeat offenders, suggesting a need for greater monitoring, researchers at Toronto’s St. Michael’s Hospital have concluded. The researchers looked at the cases of doctors who were disciplined by their provincial medical licensing bodies between 2000 and 2009. Of the 606 cases in total, they found that 92 per cent of those doctors were men and that a majority were family physicians who had been practising for a long time. “It’s a very low proportion of doctors that are disciplined.” But of the doctors who are disciplined, there are many repeat offenders, the research found. Fifty-one doctors committed 64 repeat offences, or 19 per cent of the total offences. Seven of the doctors had been disciplined three times and two had been disciplined four times. The most common violation was sexual misconduct, which accounted for 20 per cent of the cases. Those offences, as well as standard-of-care issues and unprofessional conduct, made up more than half of the violations. Most of the doctors who were disciplined by their local medical licensing authorities over the last 10 years were family doctors who had been practising a long time, a new study finds. The most common penalties in the disciplinary cases were fines, imposed in 27 per cent of the incidents. That was followed by suspensions, which occurred 19 per cent of the time. The median fine amount was $4,000 and the median suspension length was four months.Doctors had their licences revoked in six per cent of the cases. The study appears in the journal Open Medicine. The study did not include the three territories where such information is not publicly available.
And the study also exposes how little standardization there is in Canada when it comes to publicly reporting disciplinary action against doctors, and how much remains unknown about the true scope of complaints against physicians. For instance, some information about disciplinary action against doctors was incomplete on various provincial websites and no information was publicly available from the territories. Chaim Bell, lead author of the study, physician at St. Michael’s Hospital and associate professor in medicine and health policy, management and evaluation at the University of Toronto, said the findings indicate the need for a national system that can allow improved public access to information about disciplinary action against doctors. The study was conducted by gathering publicly-available data from various Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons across Canada, which are medical licensing authorities and conduct disciplinary hearings when there are complaints against doctors. The problem is that complaints against doctors remain confidential unless it leads to a formal disciplinary hearing. While the study notes that cases of negligence, sexual abuse or concerns over professionalism are serious and usually lead to disciplinary action, there are questions about complaints against doctors that may never be released publicly. For that reason, it’s also unclear what the exact number of complaints against doctors is in Canada.It’s also difficult to get information from certain years from various provincial medical bodies, Dr. Bell said.It’s a problem that highlights the need for improved transparency as it relates to complaints against doctors, he said. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/health/new-health/health-news/more-than-600-doctors-punished-for-misconduct-in-canada-study/article2197463/
Viciously we need a consumer evaluation system, such as the ones in some universities where you graded your own professor annually, even for the doctors and the hospitals.. And we still do need to have much better hospital ombudsman who will incorporate real changes.. so things can change for the better…
October 11, 2011
are unacceptable also
When you and your parents start to get much older you start to have more significant experiences it seems even with Medicare. politicians, civil and public servants too.. You find out sadly how good the services are when you do need them. We have one Medicare system in Canada, but the quality of services differs not only by provinces, cities, but even by local regions.. and why is that?
For example in the city of Montreal I have too often now even been to both realy bad Hospitals and realy good ones.. the bad ones include the Verdun Hospital and the West Island Hospital, McGill Royal Victoria Hospital where the pretentious bad hospitals and even bad doctors provide mostly lip service to health care but they still do not address the persons real medicare problems, while the good ones, the good hospitals such as Hospital Notre Dame, Hospital Hotel Dieu, and I have been seen by good doctors, they do seriously try to help a persons to have all of their health problems resolved. Even in one Hospital such as the Montreal General Hospital you can have a significant variation in the quality of services from one medical department over another. I have often wondered why such a great discrepancies exists, and obviously some local health managers are much better over the others.
Viciously we need a consumer evaluation system, such as the ones in some universities where you graded your own professor annually, even for the doctors and the hospitals.. And we still do need to have much better hospital ombudsman who will incorporate real changes.. so things can change for the better…
Now I have dealt with the CLC clinics in 5 different regions and only 2/5 were acceptable.. the CLC in Montreal, Rosemount has been excellent, they weekly do effectively visit my mother and check up on her..
October 8, 2011
ST-HYACINTHE, Quebec — Following a Quebec coroner’s report investigating the deaths between May and November of 2006, where more than 50 victims were affected by a C. difficile outbreak at Honoré-Mercier Hospital five years ago, his report was scathing detailing even – hands insufficiently washed, rooms improperly disinfected, a serious lack of health and safety guidelines prevalent at the hospital according. Next more than 50 victims of a C. difficile outbreak at the Quebec Honoré-Mercier Hospital five years ago – including the families of 16 people who died as a direct result – they all will split a $1 million settlement of a class action law suit. Likley it will be less than $50,000 for each family after the lawyers fees and court costs are included. The out-of-court settlement must still be submitted to a judge for final approval.
Note that while this is the first time in Quebec history the much too many people who contracted C. difficile in a hospital now some, a few were even compensated financially, it is also note mentioning that still not one Government or Hospital administrators, employee, the people directly responsible for the patients deaths were ever rightfully prosecuted for their manslaughter, their unacceptable actions and this is still unacceptable. The citizen undeniably had to take the law in their own hands while the Quebec Government, Federal Government, Health Ministers, departments did not do anything legally about it since they clearly and wrongfully do not value the life of even one citizen.
Quebec is already known to be soft on the crimes involving the abuse of it’s citizens by the civil and public servants, government officials. So is Ontario, BC and Alberta now..
We go into hospitals to receive treatment to an illness or disease, but those who receive invasive surgery are at risk for several different hospital acquired infections. Many of them preventable too. http://publichealthadministration.wordpress.com/2010/02/15/keeping-yourself-safe-against-hospital-acquired-infections/
Get real!!!! Everyone now must act now to get hospitals reporting C. difficile and deal with the problem too.
Infection-control gaps at hospital highlight report Toronto Star – A confidential report on Ontario’s worst outbreak of C. difficile reveals major gaps in infection control at Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital in Burlington – findings that suggest other hospitals in the province are still vulnerable today.
TORONTO – A deadly outbreak of a highly contagious superbug at an Ontario hospital claimed the lives of one-third of the patients afflicted with the disease, a far greater toll than previously believed. . http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080508.wcdifficile08/BNStory/specialScienceandHealth/home
AND BY THE END OF THE YEAR THOUSANDS MORE WILL HAVE DIED NEEDLESSLY TOO. unacceptable.. deal WITH IT TODAY!!! We do not live in the dark ages for shit Diseases is caused by poor cleanliness, poor hygiene, poor sanitation at the Hospital, who have been hiring NOT ONLY LAZY BAD employees but they have FOR AN UNACCEPTABLE DECADE NOW TOO AND MANY THEY been cutting back on their MAINTENANCE COSTS and this has been NOW CLEARLY LEADING their criminal murderous acts OF THE CITIZENS. Do take ALL OF THE HEALTH MINISTERS KNOW BEFORE A FIRING SQUAD AND SHOOT THEM, for THAT WOULD BE A RIGHT START TOO.
The Government of Ontario even is putting more lives at risk by not moving more quickly to require hospitals to report infections like C. difficile in the wake of 62 deaths at a hospital in Burlington, Ont., An estimated 1,200 people will die before the end of the year as a result of such infections, which can be prevented if more dramatic action is taken..” Hospital Union Leaders do now even confirm that “Because of the financial pressure, cleaners and cleaning supervisors are told to prioritize and rotate cleaning schedules. There’s not enough attention being paid to the basic cleaning of the facilities, and as a result, there are huge problems.” Ironically the demand for the workers to work to the slow down rules by the union had often also escalated these Health problems now too. The union is calling on the province to hire more hospital cleaners and require hospitals to review their infection-control practices to prevent the kind of outbreak experienced at Burlington’s Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital and other Ontario hospitals, plus the unions as well all need to allow the hospital workers to work more effectively now too. http://anyonecare.wordpress.com/2008/05/08/shit-disease/
“A recent study published by the Journal of General Internal Medicine reported a 10 percent spike in teaching hospital deaths during the month of July due to medical errors.” CNN Health Blog
Some things seem to never change, such as cold calloused, pretentious governmental Ministers, Health Ministers and their subordinates especially included, mostly all who really do not care if the others live or die, as long as they alone survive it seems still too.
Hospitals in Canada are mainly still here for the good care, safety, health of the patients. But this is not happening too often. http://postedat.wordpress.com/2008/11/08/report-card-failed-canadas-hospitals-and-health-ministers/
Read more here about the shit disease here too..
October 3, 2011
Hospitals in Canada are mainly still here for the good care, safety, health of the patients. But this is not happening too often. For example- All the hospitals must exercise “the greatest control over all aspects of the work over all of the staff, doctors, nurses, technicians included . But undeniably in Quebec too too many nursing employees were, are working for private agencies outside the hospital, so a full accountability, control is clearly lacking. Even in Quebec now there still is a growing reliance by hospitals, old age homes, on using private nursing agencies. Bad nurses and bad doctors rarely face any negative personal consequences. The gravy trains have to be discontinued.
The Quebec government for decades is soft on crime and is wrongfully reluctant to punish any of the bad guys cause they would likely have to start also with themselves.
Too many Montreal-area hospitals, have been or are relying on the agencies as along term solution to fill their staff shortages even in nursing and other health-care professions. Now even the agency nurses cannot provide a continuity of care to patients since the agencies essentially remain a place of transit for health professionals. persons, nurse who too often work in one hospital one week and in another the next, and they also tend to work on different floors, do change PATIENTS daily as well.
The nurses clear lack of continual interest in or continual knowledge of the patients needs has even caused undeniably and unacceptably too numerous medication errors, and much too often now as well.. that no one in the governments seems to want to deal with the issue again. This is not surprising as not much good is being done and many another governing areas at the federal and provincial, municipal levels, resulting in a degeneration of many of the existing institutions, functions, care.
Sadly we all can readily know even for decades, as it is now being fully exposed, it is mainly as a result that there is an unacceptable laissez faire, pass the buck attitude, even in Quebec and in Montreal, especially among the governments, politicians, civil and public servant and by many citizens also, a bad attitude still existing by too many persons, and thus as a direct result too many tax payers paid persons do hide behind this unacceptable malaise as a reason for them not doing anything positive, concrete about the growing visible, clear inadequacies.
“Things need to change.”Hani Beitinjaneh, banker. “He listened to the promises made by city and provincial officials, but found them vague and inadequate”. “None of the recommendations have been enacted. “ I started seeing the city the way it actually is.”“The city is crumbling, and nobody is doing anything. Nobody is maintaining it, nobody is taking care of it.” “We assume people are doing their jobs. They are not.” “It’s like things happen and people say. ‘Oh, okay.’ Let’s say you know that this animal bites and it bites you. Oh, well, let him bite another person, another kid. Well no, you can’t. You know that this animal has a problem and you have to fix that problem.” “We expect that in a country like Canada things improve and get better. A mistake is made and then you correct it. “But they are not correcting their mistakes. And then they get busy with other things.” “We pride ourselves on being Montrealers. What is Montreal? Montreal is people, and the infrastructure around them. Then you start to see the decay of the infrastructure. We have to worry about the future of the community we live in.” “It’s not one person, it’s the whole system that needs to be changed. ” http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/Hani+Beitinjaneh+broken+hearted+city+breaking+down/5485731/story.html
Positive Changes need to start at the top.. and all of the top management bad persons need to be exemplary fired, replaced immediately in Hospitals, government, governmental departments, police, etc.,
The former PQ cabinet minister -François Legault, co-founder of the new Coalition for the Future of Quebec would sweep the province if an election were held now – http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/Jean+Charest+Liberals+preparing+Hurricane+Legault/5595773/story.html
.. good changes needed immediately, ASAP
October 1, 2011
MONTREAL, Quebec — While the Quebec Ombudsman Saint-Germain aired out her criticisms of the provincial bureaucracy hypocritically for her own staff even are still a part of the overall problem, the bad staff who do even falsely cover-up for the bad Quebec’s public and civil servants as I have myself detailed, witnessed.
THERE ARE ALWAYS GOOD AND BAD POLITICIANS, CIVIL AND PUBLIC SERVANTS, MANAGERS BUT THE GOOD ONES ARE FEW AND RARE STILL. You and I do still too often encounter the politicians who do criticize the others, bash the other party but they still even hypocritically now do the same thing.
The Quebec Ombudsman HAD RIGHTFULLY now said that “welfare clerks have too much power to make unreasonable demands on recipients of social assistance and as a result, some have been put into extreme poverty”. It is a fact the same persons income next will even almost double if they reach their retirement, at the age of 65. Why is there such a large discrepancy? Quebec Social welfare recipients are clearly now being robbed by the Quebec Government..
The Quebec Ombudsman also HAD RIGHTFULLY noted that the Quebec government “takes too long to offer certain services, notably involving health care”. The Quebec government clearly only provides lip services to the much needed health care improvements. “There was promise of $150 million for the “aging at home” program but it still has not advanced much,” she said. This is a common unacceptable reality.
The Quebec Ombudsman also HAD RIGHTFULLY noted that “waiting times for rehabilitation services that are not under the umbrella of the SAAQ or the CSST, sometimes takes months or years.”
The Quebec Ombudsman Saint-Germain HAD RIGHTFULLY “expressed impatience with the lengthy delays required to inspect and certify private nursing homes. This can lead to instances of gross negligence of patients.” In reality many of the patients are being often abused as I have often witnessed and detailed.
In Quebec it is clear to many that DECADES OLD local political corruptions, realy bad civil and public servants are also falsely responsible for the delays, ineffectiveness still in getting things done, and why the cost to construct or repair roads in Quebec are the main reasons they are 30 percent higher over the province of Ontario.
Yes the actions do speak louder over mere words still here too. APPLIES NOW TO ALL TOO.
FOR EXAMPLE I HAVE OFTEN EVEN IN CHURCHES ENCOUNTERED PERSONS WHO WERE BASHING THE WELFARE RECIPIENTS FOR SUPPOSEDLY ABUSING SOCIAL WELFARE WHEN THE VERY SAME ACCUSERS, BASHERS WERE THEMSELVES COMMITTING MAJOR TAX EVASIONS, UNDENIABLY WORKING UNDER THE TABLE IN FACT.
This reminds me of the too often hypocritical cops arresting the others while they are abusing their own expense accounts, doing work on their own business while on their paid job too.
So what else is new? It is all still unacceptable.
.. when will we get the much needed changes in reality?
September 27, 2011
One of the hospital drugs in shortage today is even morphine.. Do you think when you are hospitalized with very severe pain that you next will continually get adequate pain killers? if you answered yes you are undeniably now very wrong.. and not even if you are dying of cancer.. and why is that? In an ISMP survey of some 1,800 doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and other healthcare practitioners, 80% said they’d had difficulty obtaining a suitable alternative for a drug that wasn’t available. About 150 drugs are currently in shortage, according to the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, including sedatives, cancer drugs, and pain medications;
Canada itself is a third world, undeniably a backward country when it comes to dealing with severe pain in sick, dying persons even in hospitals cause due to the war on drugs abuse the necessary pain medications like morphine is still unavailable, falsely restricted.. meanwhile Canada has lost the war on drugs decades ago even due to it’s mostly pretentions police forces, RCMP included and the mafia, criminals have still now even become billionaires as a result.. Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver are part of Canada’s major bad drug import, export centers too.
Despite several border concerns that need to be addressed, the sheer length of the U.S.-Canadian border, at over 5,500 miles and containing vast zones of virtually nonexistent border demarcation, make it unlikely that any amount of funding can entirely address the border issue.Faced with the likely spread of Asian organized crime groups and given border porosity and immigration laws, for the foreseeable future Canada will continue to serve as an ideal transit point for crime groups to gain a foothold in the United States. Asian criminal groups, especially those from China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan, as well as terrorist groups, exploit Canada. A report in the Hong Kong Kuang Chiao Ching indicated that Chinese organized crime groups from these regions are increasingly using Canada as a base because of their ability to obtain legal residency in Canada relatively easily and then freely enter the United States. The Canadian Senate committee on national security, identified Canada’s ports as a breeding ground for organized crime and terrorism. In 1996, when the government began to disband the port police service, private security companies began assuming security responsibilities at Canadian ports. The senate committee reported that 36 percent of employees in charge of going over manifest lists for cargo containers at the port of Montreal, 39 percent of the dock workers at Halifax, and 54 percent of the dock workers at the Charlottetown port had criminal records. In addition, several ports do not have adequate identification requirements for employers nor do they have adequate security fencing. Organized crime groups reportedly exercise great control over Canadian ports and have been cited as major conduits for drug smuggling, the export and import of stolen automobiles, and the theft of cargo.The United States-Canada Border Drug Threat Assessment of December 2001 estimates that 95 percent of all heroin entering Canada originates in Southeast Asia. Chinese organized crime groups in Canada almost exclusively traffic heroin produced in Southeast Asia, primarily originating in parts of Burma, Laos, and Thailand, known as the “Golden Triangle” region. http://www.rense.com/general47/canadariddledwithgangs.htm
Unlike traditional organized crime groups such as the Italian La Cosa Nostra, Asian organized crime groups, including both those groups that were established in Canada and those that originate abroad but have members operating in Canada, lack a set structure at the operational level even if a hierarchy exists at the organizational level. http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Asian_Criminal_and_Terrorist_Activity_in_Canada/asian
Even Cancer is diagnosed in over 1 million Americans and Canadians each year, causing death in slightly more than half that number over the same period of time. This corresponds to twenty-three percent of all deaths nationally — close to 1,400 deaths per day. At the same time, it also leaves close to 8 million persons living at any one time to deal with either a previous history of cancer or with known residual disease. Worldwide, cancer incidence is somewhat lower, but it still constitutes approximately 10 percent of all deaths. Most people do not get proper pain medications here too. If someone is terminally ill with even cancer in Canada now and they mostly still will die in a lot of pain the palliative care doctors and nurses generaly do not give them still the ample dose of morphine to reduce their pain or to make them go quietly.
The past too common abuse of medical pain killers by many persons has led to a restriction of pain killers access in Hospital, the abuse has even supposedly been caused by nurses or hospital staff selling the medication on the black-market, and now every time a nurse has to give a pain killer, which is always now under a lock and key, to a patient she has to first call the Head nurse to verify it, open the cabinet, next a busy head nurse really does not not time for any of this and the request will likley be neglected, and you will be in pain.
I had already witnessed this myself for months in hospitals, and in old age homes too. Don’t expect the mostly buck passing Canadian governments, health ministers to do anything good about this as well. Cause they do not feel any pain themselves.
.. what about getting now real medicare?