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BC gov fast tracks internationally-trained nurses, refuses to hire back unjabbed Canadians

Counter Signal: 'According to a news release, BC is “offering approximately $9 million in bursaries to help with assessment fees, which is expected to benefit approximately 1,500 IENs in the first year.” Due to the shortage, BC nurses are reportedly exhausted, working double and triple shifts, while thousands of unfilled shifts remain.

'“Internationally educated nurses play a vital role in addressing the current demand we’re seeing in our health-care system,” he continued. Ironically, the “current demand” is of the government’s own doing. As reported by True North, BC has sacked more health care workers for not accepting the government’s coercive ultimatum than any other province. In November, 3,325 health care workers were reportedly put on unpaid leave for refusing the vaccine.'

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