The British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives is warning that a woman is claiming to be a nurse in order to find work at local hospitals.
The BCCNM says Charrybelle Talaue is claiming to be a registered nurse in B.C., but is in fact not registered with the college and is not entitled to practice as a registered nurse in the province.
The BCCNM says Talaue may also be using the names Belle Talaue – Belle Marie – Charrybelle Baldesancho or Charie Talaue.
She may also be trying to use the name of someone who is a registrant of the BCCNM, Yves Anglehart, or variations of the name, including Belle Yves Talaue Anglehart or Yves Belle Anglehart.
Talaue is the second high-profile person to pose as a nurse in B.C. in recent years.
In August, Brigitte Cleroux was charged with several fraud-related offences after posing as a health-care worker in B.C., Alberta, Ontario and in the U.S.
In November 2020, she worked as a nurse in a private health clinic in View Royal for a period of three weeks.
With files from CBC’s Bethany Lindsay and Kristy Nease