Life forces me to take a break from writing my columns and I cannot hide from you that it was with a pang of heart that I let go.
It is at the hospital that I will experience the curfew and confinement for the next few weeks, in order to undergo a battery of tests and hope for a lung transplant.
In the context of the health crisis, finding oneself in a hospital environment gives rise to a degree of apprehension which adds to the stress of a possible major surgical intervention.
However, I remain in admiration of the professionalism of all the staff and the efforts made to ensure the safety of patients against the coronavirus in a situation that is more than demanding in terms of their workload.
Health personnel have acquired the title of angel and it is far from being usurped.
Although aware of the importance of being where I am for my own good, I still find it a shame to have to take myself off a news that may be rich in twists in the coming weeks.
We can hope that our American neighbors will have rid us of their president once and for all.
We can dream that all the measures taken by our governments and vaccines will make the pandemic a story of the past.
We can anticipate federal elections, even if we doubt their usefulness in the current framework. It will be interesting to see how the Bloc will stem Erin O’Toole’s Operation Charm.
We can doubt that children in difficulty at school leave without consequences.
Tough negotiations can be expected between the government and its employees.
Other colleagues will keep you going like The newspaper knows how to do it so well.
Finally, I would like to thank all my readers and the management of Newspaper for the immense privilege of being able to share my opinions with you.