English community vows to fight CAQ plan to scrap school boards
The Quebec Community Groups Network is prepared to fight the CAQ’s plans to abolish school boards in favour of service centres.
In a press release, QCGN president Geoffrey Chambers said that the school boards have value well beyond education.
“They are vital to the very survival and identity of our English-speaking community,” he said.
In an interview with the Montreal Gazette, premier Francois Legault confirmed that he would be going ahead with the controversial plans.
“Once the nine anglophone centres will be in place, they will realize they lost nothing,” he told the Gazette. “So it’s a useless battle.”
Chambers reiterated the QCGN’s stance that it will challenge any CAQ decision in court.