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Back to School : The SPEHR reacts to new measures
Article published on 12 August 2020
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The president of the Hautes-Rivières Teaching Staff Union (SPEHR), Daniel Boisjoli, believes that the Government of Quebec would have benefited from adding staff to the schools, in particular janitors, who could have ensured the disinfection of establishments during a pandemic.

In an interview with CHIP 101.9, he made known his point of view concerning the plan for the start of the school year next September, in particular concerning the wearing of a mask starting in grade 5:

Remember that the SPEHR includes members of the Hauts-Bois-de-Outaouais School Service Centre.

The full interview with Daniel Boisjoli is available here.

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