Coalition seeks $1B to rid CSDM schools of mould

Published 13, 2013 by The CBC

A coalition of parents, teachers and support workers from the Quebec’s largest school board is demanding the government act to eradicate mould from the province’s schools.

The group said the Commission Scolaire de Montréal (CSDM), a French-language school board on Montreal island, does not have enough money to rid schools of mould.

In a news release, the Coalition for Healthy Schools at the CSDM said it is seeking $100 million annually over ten years from the provincial government to renovate or rebuild schools with a mould problem.

Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/story/2013/02/13/mouldy-school-csdm-montreal-repairs.html

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2 Comments to “Coalition seeks $1B to rid CSDM schools of mould”

  1. Is getting rid of intellectual mold next on the agenda? 🙂

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