August 19, 2014 5:17 pm

Pension reform protest in Chateauguay

CHATEAUGUAY – A few hundred police officers gathered outside the offices of Municipal Affairs Minister Pierre Moreau early Tuesday morning.

A portion of route 132 in Chateauguay was blocked during the protest.

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The officers, who came from the north and south shores as well as Montreal, plastered the windows of the building on Jean-Baptiste street with their iconic “Libre Nego” stickers.

They also stuck pages of previous signed collective agreements as a symbolic gesture.

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The protest was calm and no one was arrested.

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