Soyons connectés!

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25 novembre, 2021

Si vous avez une connexion Internet, nous aimerions avoir de vos nouvelles.  Aimez et suivez les pages de médias sociaux de la SCP-PCE et invitez vos amis et les autres membres à faire de même!

Nous sommes sur toutes vos plateformes préférées : Facebook, Twitter, Instagram et YouTube.

Découvrez ce que font les autres membres des CPS-ECP durant cette période difficile, ce que le Bureau national a prévu, les cours en ligne disponibles ou à venir et, surtout, les activités divertissantes prévues dans votre région. 

Tous les liens sont ci-dessous. Si vous avez besoin d’aide, vous pouvez communiquer avec Andy sur ce couriel : mbr-social-media@cps-ecp.org 

Restez en sécurité!

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