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Quebec’s Historic Common Front Strikes w/ Francis Hébert-Bernier

Behind the historic public sector strikes sweeping Quebec

Francis Hébert-Bernier, a reporter with Quebec’s independent news outlet Pivot, speaks about the historic public sector strikes currently underway in the province.

These strikes are part of the Common Front movement where multiple public sector unions are bargaining at once with Premier Francois Legault’s government. These are the largest strikes in the history of Canada and North America.

Read more from Francis Hébert-Bernier:

“The government is deliberately discouraging us from working in the public sector”

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