EMSB Announces Measures for June 9 Professionals Strike

Montreal, June 3, 2021- On Wednesday, June 9 from midnight until 12:01 pm, members of the professionals union will be on strike.

At the  English Montreal School Board, teachers will provide services remotely for their students as follows:

o Online instruction from home will take place in the afternoon beginning at 12:01 p.m. for all students, and the school’s regular afternoon schedule  will  be respected. Teachers will work from home in the morning and will receive further instructions from their administration;

•   Attendants and Technicians, will also provide services remotely with students and teachers as
per the above schedule;

• With the exception of Teachers, Attendants and Technicians, all employees are expected to report to work at their schools/centres on June 9 at 12:01 p.m. and assume their regular duties;

•     Daycare services will be cancelled for students; however, the daycare staff is expected to
report to school as per the above schedule and await instructions from their administration;

Adult Education and Vocational Training Centres will offer online instruction where possible.
In-person classes will commence at 12:01 p.m. on June 9 in the usual manner and as scheduled for the rest of the day.

About the English Montreal School Board

With a youth and adult sector population of more than 37,000 students, the English Montreal School Board (EMSB) is the largest English public school board in Quebec. Established on July 1, 1998, when the province created new boards along linguistic lines. Our network consists of 77 schools and centres. For more details, visit the EMSB website at www.emsb.qc.ca.



Michael J. Cohen 

Communications and Marketing Specialist

English Montreal School Board

514-483-7200 ext. 7243


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