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Jane Toller has a challenge to find 25 people to hire for the vaccination operation in the Pontiac
Article published on 16 April 2021
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Jane Toller gave herself a challenge to hire 25 people who help ensure the vaccination operation in the Pontiac. The Warden is looking for 25 people who are ready to work.

Hello! This is Jane Toller and I have a very important announcement to make! We are in a serious situation and we need to get it under control! As we prepare to vaccinate the rest of the population in the Pontiac we desperately need more people to make this possible the CISSSO has asked me to find 25 people who will step forward to make this happen. We know that the virus is here and we have rising cases especially with children. We need 10 people for the vaccination centre in Campbell’s Bay and 10 people for the mobile vaccination unit to register people, manage parking, office filing. We also need 5 people who can clean at Campbell’s Bay. No particular qualifications needed and these are paid jobs. The Pontiac needs you NOW! The commitment is 5 days a week for two months so we can beat this virus by June 24th. I need your names by next Tuesday. Let’s pull together Pontiac! We can do this! Call me at 819-647-8198. You can also contact CHIP radio. Thank you. -Jane Toller

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