Hundreds of school bus drivers from across the province gathered outside the National Assembly to defend their rights.
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The group would be made up of about a hundred buses and a large number of drivers on site.
"It's the recognition convoy, because we've been trying to get recognition for more than 20 years," said Josée Dubé, president of the FEESP-CSN school transport sector.
“It is a historic event, it is unheard of. We are at least more than a thousand people with a hundred buses, ”she continued.
“We are asking that it no longer be a job but a recognized profession with a decent salary. The salary that we have shows that we lack recognition and a fairly paid salary, “said Ms. Dubé indignantly.
The protest is expected to last until 1 p.m.