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Coup d’é clat of the FAE at the entrance to the Port of Quebec | Strikes in the public sector in Quebec

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A few hours after rejecting the most recent offer from the Quebec government, members of the Autonomous Federation of Education (FAE) took a drastic action and blocked the entrance to the Port of Quebec.

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Hundreds of members of the Autonomous Education Federation (FAE) left school entrances to make themselves heard better the day after the rejection of the most recent offer from the Quebec government. The teachers go there with a bang in front of one of the entrances to the Port of Quebec.

We want to raise the tone, because we are makes people look stupid at the negotiating table, says teacher Félix Désautels, present in the procession blocking access to the Port of Quebec.

Most of the teachers met Thursday morning want to increase the pressure and cause more disruption to obtain an agreement with the government. strike today, we are being led for a ride by the government. We feel like we're being fooled, believes the teacher, Julien Perrault.

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Traffic is blocked in this sector of Quebec from the access ramp to the Dufferin-Montmorency highway to Chemin de the Canardière.

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The members of the FAE, located on Henri-Bourassa Boulevard, caused a significant slowdown in traffic. For nearly two hours, motorists were idling to reach the Dufferin-Montmorency highway access ramp or to reach the port facilities.

Early this morning, the line stretched to the intersection of Chemin de la Canardière. A major police force has also been put in place.

If some motorists still support the teachers' cause, several of them did not hide their annoyance by suffering the consequences of this blow of brilliance.

In Montreal, a coup also took place in front of the port. In an interview on ICI RDI, the vice-president for political life of the FAE, Patrick Bydal, explained that the only language that François Legault's government understands is that of money. The boat in which François Legault and the government are leading us is rocking. It is time for François Legault to take his responsibilities as a concerned head of state and to bring this boat to safe harbor, declared Mr. Bydal.

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Members of the Autonomous Education Federation block the entrance to the port of Montreal this morning.

The FAE on Wednesday rejected the most recent offer from the Legault government which, according to its president, is a discounted offer.

Teachers represented by the FAE have been on an indefinite general strike since November 23.

With information from Colin Côté-Paulette

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