The APTS welcomes the reelection of Caroline Senneville as CSN president
May 19, 2023
Longueuil – The APTS (Alliance du personnel professionnel et technique de la santé et des services sociaux) rejoices in the reelection of Caroline Senneville as president of the CSN (Confédération des syndicats nationaux). The APTS has been working in solidarity with the CSN for many years. Cooperation between the two unions is currently embodied in the Front commun, a labour coalition established to negotiate public-sector collective agreements.
“We congratulate Caroline Senneville on her reelection,” said APTS president Robert Comeau. “She has a vision that brings people together, and she is utterly determined to fight for workers’ rights – these are true assets for the Québec labour movement. It’s also good news that François Enault has been reelected as first vice-president of the CSN and that he continues to be in charge of public-sector contract talks. The Front commun’s 420,000 members will undoubtedly benefit from his commitment and experience.”
As the CSN convention draws to a close, the APTS reasserts its commitment to working in close cooperation with the CSN and all of its federations to make sure the voices of public-sector employees are heard.
The APTS (Alliance du personnel professionnel et technique de la santé et des services sociaux) represents more than 65,000 members who play a key role in ensuring that health and social services institutions run smoothly. Our members provide a wide range of services for all Quebecers, including diagnostic, rehabilitation, nutrition, psychosocial intervention, clinical support, and prevention services.