Skip to content

Please note the QPAT will be closed until Friday May 1, inclusively. Rest assured that QPAT will continue to work on your behalf during this time.
General insurance questions for retired teachers only, click here. For other questions, click here.

Annual Teachers' Convention 2022
October 13-14, 2022

unnamed

A Message From QPAT President Heidi Yetman

Heidi shares some highlights from the 2021-2022 school year Update From Heidi January 21, 2022 World Teachers’ Day October 5, 2021 Update on Negotiations: September
Read More  
COVID-19

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
Read More  
PODCAST

QPAT Podcast

Listen and/or watch the latest episode of the QPAT podcast here  
Read More  
Untitled design (4)

@UNESCO International Days

The United Nations General Assembly designates a number of “International Days” to mark important aspects of human life and history (the comprehensive list of all
Read More  
09641293-DA0F-4D68-8DCB-87F38FC111DE

Negotiations

TOGETHER AS ONE – CENTRAL TABLE DEMANDS: 2023 public sector bargaining round Sectorial Negotiation Quebec Provincial Association of Teachers (QPAT) Demands For Renewal of Agreement E5 Expiring
Read More  
2C3E959E-90FB-4B3C-AC29-E87A3D6A1BAC

Volunteer for Project Ovreseas with the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF-FCE)

The CTF/FCE is seeking English and French-speaking Canadian teachers at the elementary and secondary levels who are interested in volunteering their time and talents to
Read More  

Get Connected & Contribute

Teachers from across the province are invited to share ideas about their passion and illustrate how they have incorporated these ideas into their classrooms, schools and communities.

Sign up for the QPAT-APEQ newsletter

Receive the latest information directly through your Inbox

Teachers Toolbox

Need information? These resources are available to QPAT members

Need additional help?

You may contact QPAT via email at any time. Your local union represents you on behalf of the provincial Association. Your local union is the first place to call for more Information.