The theme for this round of negotiations is:
In Education, Things Have to Change Now!
Proposed Agreement: Info Sessions and Voting
There will be 2 sessions coming up to review what is in the proposed collective agreement
- Monday May 3rd (Info session only): This will be a detailed information session held by QPAT for those who would like the full details of the agreement.
- Thursday May 6th (General Info and Vote): This will be a general overview of the proposed agreement, a question period, followed by a vote on whether to accept the agreement or not.
April 23, 2021- Message from QPAT President Heidi Yetman
Strike #2 - CANCELLED
April 1, 2021 - copy of message from QPAT
Below is a pdf copy of a QPAT press release
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Click the link above the get the latest information concerning negotiations from QPAT.
Strike Vote Results
The results of the strike vote held on January 27, 2021 are as follows:
QPAT Banner and Social Media Image
Why not add an "In Education Things Need to Change Now" to the bottom of your emails that you are sending to administrators, ESSB personnel and parents. Visit this QPAT webpage to get a copy. It can be added as or part of an automatic signature. You can also, change your Facebook profile pic - further info click here.
June 22, 2020 - QPAT / FSE Tiles
June 19, 2020 - QPAT / FSE Tiles
Update: April 6, 2020 - Copy of a letter from QPAT
Update: March 27, 2020 - a link to the newest information (in French only)
Update: October 25, 2019
The following is from the QPAT website:
Negotiations are around the corner and the timing could not be better. The Quebec government has a significant budgetary surplus. So, when Premier Legault declares, “to respect our election promises, which we will, there is no leeway left. The surpluses belong to Quebecers, they don’t belong to unions, they don’t belong to pressure groups,” I guess he doesn’t realize that unions represent thousands of Quebecers and that public sector workers contribute to the welfare of all Quebecers. Shameful! Besides, the surplus was obtained through austerity measures that fell on the backs of public sector workers. Watch the Press Conference from October 18, 2019.