Take a look at the motion filed by Snowdon's City Councilor Marvin Rotrand regarding the denouncement of violence and racism against the Asian community. The said motion will be debated this 15th of June during the Montreal City Council meeting. The said motion is available in English and French.
Racism and violence should not be tolerated for any origin. We should not be divided as we came from the same race, and that is the human race.
It's officially the sixth moth of the year! It might be a tough situation we are having right now, but that doesn't mean that we couldn't have happiness in our lives. Drop some greetings to our June babies on the FNAQ's Facebook page to cheer them up on their respective special days!
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"It [nursing] is my passion. COVID doesn't bother me." - Ocampo
"You know how it is in our culture, no matter how big the problem is, we find ways to lighten the mood, to share laughter and smiles." - Perbillo
These are just some of the powerful and positive messages from the nurses working in the frontlines of the city of Montreal...and two of them are from our organization!
FNAQ's very own Mary Grace Ocampo (center) and Aryanna Kassandra Perbillo (left) were featured in an article by Toronto-based journalist from Rappler, Marites N. Sison. Ocampo and Perbillo were both interviewed about the impact of the pandemic situation as nurses in their respective workplaces.
Read the full article HERE.
Amid the pandemic, we give tribute to the nurses around the world by celebrating this special week for the unsung heroes. Thank you for your boundless hard work, fellow colleagues!