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A hospital crucified [videorecording (DVD)].

by Blanchar, Renée; National Film Board of Canada; Ça Tourne Productions; Office national du film du Canada.
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: Montréal, Qué. : National Film Board of Canada, c2007Edition: Widescreen.Description: 1 DVD-video (61 min., 14 sec.) : sd., col. ; 12 cm.Other title: On a tué l'Enfant-Jésus.Subject(s): Hôpital de l'Enfant-Jésus | Hospital closures | Hospital closures -- Caraquet (N. B.) | French-Canadians -- Hospitals -- Caraquet (N. B.) | Hôpitaux -- Fermeture | Hôpitaux -- Fermeture -- Caraquet (N.-B.) | Canadiens français -- Hôpitaux -- Caraquet (N.-B.)DDC classification: 362.110971 H828
Production Credits: Research, written, directed and narrated by Renée Blanchar. Production management and camera : Didier Maigret. Original music : Jean-François Maillet. Producers : Didier Maigret and Jacques Turgeon. A co-production of Ça Tourne productions and NFB.
Subject: On 2 March, 2004, Bernard Lord's Conservative government announces that the hospital in Caraquet, NB will be converted to a community health centre. Considering the government's decision unfair, the people of the region rally to save the health care services to which they feel entitled. Despite their year-and-a-half long struggle, the Hôpital de l'Enfant-Jésus is closed. In recording the chronology of the events, René Blanchar plunges into the heart of the action with an urgent need to speak out against injustice.
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New Brunswick Collection / Collection néo-brunswickoise 362.110971 H828 (Browse shelf) Not for loan

Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.

Research, written, directed and narrated by Renée Blanchar. Production management and camera : Didier Maigret. Original music : Jean-François Maillet. Producers : Didier Maigret and Jacques Turgeon. A co-production of Ça Tourne productions and NFB.

On 2 March, 2004, Bernard Lord's Conservative government announces that the hospital in Caraquet, NB will be converted to a community health centre. Considering the government's decision unfair, the people of the region rally to save the health care services to which they feel entitled. Despite their year-and-a-half long struggle, the Hôpital de l'Enfant-Jésus is closed. In recording the chronology of the events, René Blanchar plunges into the heart of the action with an urgent need to speak out against injustice.

DVD-R ; Dolby 2.0 sound ; All regions, NTSC.

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