Student athletes will be able to participate in games during the FAE general strike indefinitely as long as the school agrees to host the event and the striking employee is not invited to participate in the activity. , says the CEO of the Quebec Student Sports Network (RSEQ) from Québec–Chaudière-Appalaches, Mathieu Rousseau.
We are not canceling anything, he explains, the instruction we received is that it will be allowed as long as the striking employee is not the business owner. So, since most of the people involved in interscholastic athletics are not teachers, anything can happen these days.
However, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, some activities related to the strikes of support and professional staff were cancelled. Although several schools have withdrawn for next weekend, no tournaments have been canceled so far.
There FAE indicates that blocking extracurricular activities is only part of his pressure tactics, albeit on columns
closely are planned around day schools during the week.
The Autonomous Federation of Education (FAE) is launching an indefinite general strike from 23 November.
Mr. Rousseau explains that sports activities mostly take place in the evenings or on weekends. The network treats events as
Force majeure just as it would during, for example, a snowstorm, explains the general manager.
THE RSEQ asked schools to notify if activities had to be canceled due to the strike.
We will respect the school instructionssays Mr. Rousseau.
In the capital, teachers from the capital’s School Service Centers (CSS) and Premières-Seigneuries will launch unlimited general strike from 23.11.
Spokesman CSS of the capital, Marie-Claude Lavoie indicates that activities RSEQ will be suspended on November 21, 22 and 23, and should resume from November 24, unless the school administration decides otherwise.
Evening city activities can continue at any time despite the strikeshe specifies.