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Montreal, Friday, June 25, 2021 – The RSEQ (Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec) and its members in the elementary, high school, college, and university sectors are encouraged by Premier Legault’s announcement that extracurricular activities and student sports will resume this fall.

The launch of the fall calendars for the elementary, high school, college, and university sectors is conditional on Quebec’s public health directives and the advice of the ministère de l’Éducation and the ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur.

The elementary, high school, college, and university sectors of the RSEQ support the Premier’s desire to ensure the safest possible return to school for Quebec’s student population. Student sports are an integral part of the DNA for the educational success of young people in Quebec.

“We are pleased with the announcements concerning the resumption of extracurricular activities and the practice of sport in the student community for all young people in Quebec,” said Gustave Roel, President and Director General of the RSEQ. Moreover, we firmly believe that young athletes in Quebec can make a significant contribution towards the application of public health guidelines in an effort to adopt impeccable sanitary standards in a safe and secure environment. “

In the event of a modification of the public health guidelines, the RSEQ would consider the possibility of rescheduling the fall season for sports at all levels. 

We are committed to maintaining a privileged relationship with government authorities concerning this matter in order to ensure constant communication and to keep the educational community informed of any significant changes.

About the RSEQ
The RSEQ (Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec) contributes to academic perseverance and educational success by promoting health and personal development through the practice of sport and physical activity in an educational environment.
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Source :
Gustave Roel – President Director General – 514-909-8380 –

Stéphane Boudreau – Assistant Director General – 514-746-5815 –