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Members of the FAE demonstrate at the ports of Montreal and Quebec | Strikes in the public sector in Quebec

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Protesters from the Autonomous Federation of Education blocked one of the entrances to the Port of Montreal on Thursday morning.

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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 entrances to the ports of Montreal and Quebec.

Members of the FAE block the entrance located at the corner of Notre-Dame and De Boucherville streets, in Montreal. Several trucks are lined up on Notre-Dame Street because they cannot access the port facilities. No trucks can leave the Port. A significant traffic slowdown is underway in this area, both eastbound and westbound.

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.

We rejected the agreement yesterday, negotiations continue, but at some point, enough is enough! It is time for François Legault to hear us, added Mr. Bydal.

The FAE maintains that it will block traffic at the Port of Montreal for as long as necessary.

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