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Towards a Stronger Regional Union Structure

In the early 1960s, general practitioners of Quebec developed a highly effective federated system, which was essential and adapted to the many needs of practitioners at the time. The notions of hospitals that were closed to general practitioners, inadequate and unfair remuneration and political control under the ruling of our specialist colleagues pushed general practitioners at the time to unite under the umbrella of the Federation. It was a great success.

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