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Sainte-Barbe signs historic three-year agreement with fire safety department

The Municipality of Sainte-Barbe signed an unprecedented agreement with its municipal fire department on May 4. This three-year agreement establishes an orderly relationship between the municipality and its 30 firefighters and ensures their well-being.

The agreement sets firm parameters around compensation, vacations, on-call time, training, education, clothing and equipment, psychological support, and professional ethics.

Mayor Louise Lebrun says she is “very proud of this agreement signed with the Fire Department and its 30 firefighters who are dedicated to the safety of the residents of the Municipality of Sainte-Barbe in addition to lending a hand to the surrounding municipalities.”

The municipality of Sainte-Barbe signed an agreement with its fire department on May 4. In attendance for the historic moment were, from left: Patrick Legault, Guillaume Leduc, Frédéric Fortin, Joël Trudeau (director), François Guillon, Sébastien Pepin, Daniel Leduc, Chantal Girouard (general director), Sébastien Derepentigny, Marilou Carrier (municipal councillor), Gabriel Sauvé, Jean-Sébastien Bérard, Denis Larocque (municipal councillor), Thomas Deschamps, Louise Lebrun (mayor), François Gagnon (municipal councillor) André Bourassa, Chace Trépanier, Daniel Pinsonneault (municipal councillor), Alain Montpetit, Miriame Dubuc-Perras (municipal councillor), Stéphane Verner, Justin Boyer, Martin Léger, Éric Maheux (assistant director). PHOTO Municipality of Sainte-Barbe



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