François Vigneault, 43, was born and raised in Amos, Quebec, and has been living in La Sarre for 20 years now. Having always worked in the customer service sector, he has been employed by the same IGA for two decades, where he has held the position of service manager for the past four years.
The Abitibi-Témiscamingue region is facing serious problems with its the health care system. Mr. Vigneault supports the vision of the Conservative Party of Quebec as well as its proposals for transforming the system.
"The regions know what they need, so decisions should be made as close as possible to the people, as close as possible to the ground. This is why we need to decentralize decision making to the regions themselves. The private sector must also be allowed to offer services. The public system needs competition to improve, to offer better and more timely services. It is possible to allow this while still maintaining universal public insurance. We need to make elected officials understand that the labour shortage is both serious and significant.”
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