The general meeting began around 5 p.m. The results of the vote were announced around 8:30 p.m.
Like thousands of colleagues affiliated with the Common Front elsewhere in the province, we remembers that teachers in the Drummondville region were on strike for eight and a half days before Christmas.
Some teachers to whom Radio-Canada had spoken earlier in the day seemed mixed about the agreement in principle.
I've been participating in several conventions. We have been told for several conventions that indeed, there are projects that will move forward. I have the impression that things are not progressing as they should. We talk about a shortage of teachers, we talk about the difficulty in recruiting, but as long as the conditions are not winning, and we do not talk about salary, as long as the conditions are not favorable to having a better job, less heaviness, there will be more resignations, burn-outs, resignations, launched teacher Riad Bitar, from La Poudrière secondary school in Drummondville, at the dawn of the vote.
The assembly began around 5 p.m. The results of the vote were announced around 8:30 p.m.
Let us also remember that the members of the Education Education Union; Estrie have already spoken out.
The agreement on the sectoral component was accepted by 50.5%, and that on the intersectoral component, by 88.3%.
With information from Jean François Dumas and Emy Lafortune