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QUEBEC CITY – One of Quebec’s largest healthcare unions is sounding the alarm.

Services, such as home care, are already being cut in regions across Quebec.

For instance, in Quebec City, bathing assistance is now only available five days out of seven.

Confédération des syndicats nationaux (CSN) spokesperson Ann Gingras told reporters on Monday she has many examples.

“In the Centre de santé Montmagny, people that will go there for cancer treatment now have to bring their lunch,” said Gingras.

“Their lunch isn’t provided anymore by the center. We have to stop saying that the people won’t be affected. They’re going to be drastically affected.”

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