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Josée Forest-Niesing’s Cause of Death is Not Even Shocking Anymore


Lawyer and Ontario senator Josée Forest-Niesing’s cause of death has been clarifed soon after she passed away on Saturday (November 21, 2021) at the age of 56. May she rest in paradise.

Sen. Josée, who recently came back home after being hospitalized for a month, lost her life too soon. The heartbreaking news was confirmed by Senate Speaker George Furey in a statement released Saturday.

She wrote in the statement that, “It is with immense sadness that I learned of the passing of our friend and colleague, the Honourable Josée Forest-Niesing, a proud Franco-Ontarian and passionate defender of access to justice in both official languages. I wish to extend my sincerest condolences to her loved ones.”

Lawyer and Ontario senator Josée Forest-Niesing's cause of death has been clarifed
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Forest-Niesing worked as a member of the Independent Senators Group. A lawyer by trade is described on the Senate’s website as a proud Franco-Ontarian who had recently found her Metis heritage. She had been chosen for the role of Ontario in the Senate since October 2018.

Furey additionally recognized Forest-Niesing for her contributions as a member and chair of numerous boards and as an “ardent and passionate defender of access to justice in both official languages.”

She leaves behind her husband, Robert, and two children, Véronique and Philippe. Details of a memorial service are not available at this time.

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Covid Became Josée Forest-Niesing’s Cause of Death

Forest-Niesing revealed recently that she had been struggling with an autoimmune condition affecting her lungs for more than 15 years, which made her particularly vulnerable to COVID-19. The senator from Sudbury, Ont. had received two doses of COVID-19 vaccine earlier this year.

Forest-Niesing, of Sudbury, Ont., was released from the hospital on November 14, following being hospitalized since October. Her office stated Tuesday; she was suffering from an autoimmune disease affecting her lungs for about 15 years. 

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Our thoughts and prayers are with Josée Forest-Niesing’s family, friends, fans, and all of her loved ones on these tough days. You can also leave a condolence message below the comment box to honor her; Fans widely ask, “what happened to the Senator?” So if you have any related information about her passing, please share it with us.

The Ontario senator was completely vaccinated against COVID-19; however, her condition made her weaker to the virus, according to her office. Many other senators and politicians posted their condolences on Saturday.

Lawyer and Ontario senator Josée Forest-Niesing's cause of death has been clarifed
Image source: Coast Reporter

Nickel Belt MP Marc Serré announced the news was “heartbreaking,” and that Forest-Niesing had always been “there to help people out.”

“She is a very caring person and always had a smile. She’s been involved in community organizations all over northern Ontario,” he said in an interview with CBC News on Saturday. Serré praised her attention and dedication to the concerns and rights of French-speaking Canadians.

Serré requested community members to get vaccinated against COVID-19. According to data from Sudbury’s public health unit, just under 83 percent of residents 12 and older were fully vaccinated as of Wednesday.

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