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Chris Petawabano, vice chairperson of the Cree health board, reflects on efforts to rid the health system of racism
Representatives of the Cree health board made several presentations to the Viens Commission about how Indigenous people are treated when they access health care. They have been fighting for years to make health services more culturally safe. We spoke with Chris Petawabano, vice-chairperson of the Cree health board, about what happened to Joyce Echaquan, who was subjected to racist treatment at a hospital in Joliette, and about the importance of implementing the Viens Commission recommendations.