Thousands of mothers took to the streets of the Old Capital in the hope of securing a greener and fairer future for their children.
It was around noon that the procession, led by the movements Ma Place au travail and Mères au front, began a march of just over a kilometer on Grande Allée.
“François Legault, are you sleeping? “, sang the women, to the tunes of the nursery rhyme Frère Jacques.
On Mother’s Day, they ‘demand that governments immediately protect their children from growing social inequality [notamment liées aux places en garderie] and the degradation of ecosystems”.
“We are doing this for the future of our children. Governments must listen to us and act according to future generations, “said a protester who went there with her two children.
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