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A Message From QPAT President Heidi Yetman

An Update From QPAT President Heidi Yetman on April 23, 2021 An Update From QPAT President Heidi Yetman on April 12, 2021 An Update From
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Covid 19

On this page, you will find information from the MEQ and other ministries, QPAT, and media including related relevant newspaper articles or news reports relating
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Info-Nego

INFO-NEGO April 29 2021 In the collective agreement renewal negotiations, the FSE-CSQ and QPAT finally obtained a sectorial settlement proposal from the Treasury Board. After
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QPAT Video Campaign #In Education Things Have To Change Now

Play Video Video: In Education Things Have To Change Now : Special Needs Play Video Video: In Education Things Have To Change Now : Andrew’s
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TEACHER STRIKE OF APRIL 27 CANCELLED

The FSE and QPAT’s negotiators reached a final sectorial proposal on Wednesday, April 21. Today, it was decided at the FSE Conseil fédéral, the political
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QPAT and the FSE announce a second school strike on April 27

In an effort to advance negotiations at the tables and meet the priorities set by the 73,000 teachers they represent, the Fédération des syndicats de
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