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FAE president Mélanie Hubert encourages her members to continue the strike on Monday.

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The president of the Autonomous Federation of Education (FAE) addressed its members on Sunday through a video on the social network Facebook. As union members prepare to begin a new week of walkouts on Monday, Mélanie Hubert encourages them to continue their pressure tactics.

The mobilization is working, assures Mélanie Hubert.

She recalls that the union made several gains in the government's last offer, even if it was not deemed satisfactory by the negotiating committee. /p>

We have made progress on monitoring recess, for example, she emphasizes.

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The FAE submitted a counter-offer on Saturday and, according to Mélanie Hubert, at the negotiating table, discussions are still stalling on issues such as teleworking and the composition of classes for adults.

The union particularly wants to ensure that teachers are more autonomous in the management of their personal work.

As we speak, there is no There is still no opening to be able to do our personal work instead of our choice. Even if we don't always have premises to work in, even if it doesn't cost anything, even if it doesn't require staff, we are still demanding autonomy, explains Mélanie Hubert.

< p class="StyledBodyHtmlParagraph-sc-48221190-4 hnvfyV">She confirms that the indefinite general strike must continue on Monday.

Your work, starting tomorrow , is to resume mobilization with the same energy as last week, with the same energy as on November 23, when we marched together in Montreal. You are the best leverage for the negotiating committee.

The more than 66,000 members of the FAE have been on strike since November 23.

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