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Learn more about the upcoming 2020 negotiations

A Message From QPAT President Heidi Yetman

Thank You For A Strong Strike Mandate – February 4, 2021     Message on January 22, 2021 Message on January 8, 2021 Message on
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Covid 19

On this page, you will find information from the MEES and other ministries, QPAT, and media including related relevant newspaper articles or news reports relating
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Info-Nego 2020

INFO-NEGO December 2020 Stalemate As we have already said, the promise of quick negotiations with the employer’s representatives revealed instead that the employer was merely
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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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Information from MEQ and other ministries

On March 13, 2020, the Gouvernement du Québec adopted an Order in Council that declares a health emergency throughout Québec’s territory. This exceptional measure empowers
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Call for Nominations QPAT Executive 2021-2023

Nominations are invited for the following positions on the QPAT Executive for 2021‑2023: PRESIDENT GENERAL CHAIRPERSON TREASURER SECRETARY THREE (3) MEMBERS-AT-LARGE Each nomination must be
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