health care: Caron practices in northern British Columbia and also works as a teacher at the University of Northern British Columbia's medical school in Prince George, B.C. Throughout her career, she says she has witnessed racism and experienced it firsthand at work, according to CTV. I hear it. Nadine Caron says she knows, first-hand, that there's a lot of work to be done to tackle institutional racism and encourage Indigenous youth to seek careers in health care. I hear it from patients, Caron told CTV's Your Morning on Tuesday. Caron is tackling systemic discrimination in the medical profession through education. I hear about experiences they've had in the past - that they've had in other places - and then all you can do is change the here and now and make sure it's different in the future. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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