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Juste un update pour ceux sur la liste d'attente à Laval:

La madame s'est fait dire aujourd'hui que finalement ils allaient commencer à contacter les personnes sur la liste d'attente vers la mi-juin...

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J'ai téléphoné cette semaine et je suis au 26e rang à Sherbrooke. La dame m'a aussi dit qu'il ne contacterait pas personne sur la liste d'attente avant août.... Elle m'a dit que c'était vraiment une année exceptionnelle cette année....Je crois bien que je n'entrerai pas cette année. 

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