Court upholds suspension of Quebec’s reform of English school boards

Montréal, 18 September, 2020 – The Quebec Court of Appeal has upheld a suspension of Bill 40, the CAQ government’s controversial education reform. 

Bill 40, passed in February, changed most school boards into service centres and did away with elections for French-language boards. Elected positions were maintained for the new English-language service centres.

The suspension only applies to English boards. Read more.

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