October 29, 2020

New clinic for Indigenous patients opens in Joliette, Quebec

A new clinic for Indigenous patients has opened in Joliette, Quebec, the city where Joyce Echaquan live streamed the racist treatment she received at the local hospital shortly before her death in September. The clinic is called Mirerimowin, an Atikamekw word which translates to "feeling good.”

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