Fédération étudiante collégiale du Québec

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Fédération étudiante collégiale du Québec
Location Montreal, Quebec
Established 1990
President Rose Crevier-Dagenais
Vice president Élyse Tremblay-Longchamps
General secretary Jason St-Amour
Members 21 member associations
Website www.fecq.org

The Fédération étudiante collégiale du Québec (FECQ) (in English : College students federation of Quebec) is a federation of college student unions, created in March 1990 after the failure of the 1989 strike (its first motto was «Plus jamais la grève!», in English: The strike, never again!). The FECQ mainly use lobbying with political parties to represent the students interests. At its peak, the FECQ claims to have represented 23 student associations and over 80,000 CÉGEP students[1] - however, there is controversy about the actual number of members it has.[2][3]

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