Mr. Speaker, on behalf of the Bloc Québécois, there are several people I want to thank today.
First and foremost, from the bottom of my heart, I want to thank the health care professionals and caregivers in our hospitals and long-term care centres, as well as everyone on the front lines helping our seniors and those who are sick.
I want to thank our workers in essential services: truck drivers, farmers, and workers in grocery stores, pharmacies and public services, to name a few.
I want to thank our artists who are using their creativity to make a name for themselves and make our situation a little brighter.
I want to thank all Quebeckers for their daily sacrifices, whether they are workers or business owners pausing their employment or a business, parents who are trying to juggle telework with their little monsters, their kids who miss their friends and their activities, grandparents who, in some cases, have not been able to meet a newborn grandchild, or families who are grieving and were not able to say a proper good-bye to a loved one.
Thank you, everyone. We must not give up.