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CHSBO reiterates the importance of maintaining public governance of school boards
Article published on 30 May 2019
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The Hauts-Bois-de-l’Outaouais School Board (CSHBO) is asking the Quebec government to “rethink” its bill project concerning the plan to abolish the governance of school board system in Quebec. The president of CSHBO, Diane Nault, deplores in particular the abolishment of school elections, which could restrict the representation of citizens in school boards.

Last April, Quebec Premier François Legault announced his intention to introduce a bill project in the fall of 2019 to replace school boards with “service centers” and to abolish school elections as well. Diane Nault said that she is afraid of losing the close relationship and service with parents and families living on the territory of the school board.

At the most recent meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the CSHBO, May 22nd, a resolution was unanimously adopted to ask the Quebec government to “maintain school boards within a framework renewed governance, where elected representatives are democratically chosen by the entire population of Quebec”. Diane Nault thinks that the elected representatives in school play an important role in the development of local services in our region.

The Hauts-Bois-de-l’Outaouais School Board hopes, by signing this resolution, to obtain the support of municipalities located on its territory.

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St-Jean in l'Ile-du-Grand-Calumet; a success according to the organizers

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St-Jean in Ile-du-Grand-Calumet seemed to be a success this year, according to the organizers. On Sunday, June 23rd, the public had a chance to attend shows and admire vintage cars. Yesterday, Monday June 24th, there were several shows, including Martin Deschamps who will also perform this (...)

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Festival Hall Celebrates 40 years

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As of September, Festival Hall in Pembroke will be celebrating forty years. For the occasion, Aaron Pritchett, Kira Isabella and David James kick off their forty-year anniversary programming on September 18th. During the 'Art Report' on CHIP 101.9, the director of festival hall, Rick Wharton, (...)

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Pontiac PQ AGM; five young people elected to the executive

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The local Parti Quebecois group held its Annual General Meeting last week and according to the party, they are re-establishing themselves. During the meeting, there was the election of a new executive director and exchanges on the modernization of the Parti Québécois, being some of the key (...)

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A poll to nominate the best parliamentarians

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A poll organized by La Presse along with the Members of the National Assembly in Quebec had them select the best parliamentarians among themselves during the most recent session. The results: the Liberal MNA for Pontiac, André Fortin, tied for third with the interim leader of the Parti Québécois (...)

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An employee of Desjardins Group shares the personal information of 2.9 million members

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Personal information of 2.9 million members of the Caisse Desjardins was disclosed outside the organization, as announced by Desjardins on Thursday. According to the information reported by the Laval police, a Caisse employee, now terminated, made an unauthorized use of this data. The Professor (...)

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