Emergencies finally the solution

Emergencies: finally the solution? | Journal

There it is!

We got it, the deal!

We know exactly what to do to solve the overcrowded emergencies problem!

After years – what am I saying? decades! – In search of the solution, we finally found it!

You will see what you will see!

It will clog like never before, friends!

It will work so well that you’ll have an ER spot before you even get sick!


Yes, I know I’m cynical.

I should welcome Minister Dubé’s initiative instead of spitting in the soup.

But what do you want, over the years we have seen so many health ministers tell us that they have finally found the solution to the many problems affecting our system that I ended up becoming skeptical.

Admit it too.

And every time the same thing: the problem is not only not solved, but even worse.

So forgive me if I stay on guard.

I’ll clap with three hands when the leaks are sealed and the boat stops sinking.

Until then, I refuse to arouse the hair on my legs.

If Santa has been told 30 times and he’s not coming, you stop waking up in the middle of the night to see if anyone has eaten the cookies you left under the Christmas tree.

You tell yourself, “I’ll get up when I get up, and we’ll see…”


Check out Roxham Road. Mobility in Montreal. The Phoenix Pay System. The computer chaos. home care.

Illiteracy. Arms trade in Kahnawake. Immigration Delays. lack of general practitioners. Large projects that are never finished on time and always end up costing twice as much.

We’ve been talking about these cases for years.

Did you see an improvement? Despite successive governments and administrations?

Every morning when I walk into the QUB radio studios, I take a street overrun with homeless people.

You’re drunk at 8 a.m. Sleep before the shops. To throw up. Shit.

The great misery.

  • Listen to the interview with Paul Brunet on Richard Martineau’s show, broadcast live daily at 10:20 am via QUB radio :

Residents and traders in the neighborhood have been complaining for years. These villains have been left to their own devices for years.

One even froze to death in a chemical toilet.

This student area that was once full of cute little shops is now just a shadow of what it was. Looks like Detroit in 2015.

Every morning when I come by, I tell myself that the situation will change.

And every morning I see the same damn case.

As if the city and the government had given up.

If you cannot solve this problem, can you tell me how you could solve much more complex problems?

As for the health system, let me wait for concrete results before opening the bubbly…

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