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Sherbrooke bus drivers refuse to let drunk students on board

Earlier this month, we brought you the story of some people in Sherbrooke who say their lives are disrupted every year during Frosh week. Frosh week is over, and despite attempts to address the problem, issues around excessive student drinking remain.
Last week, the Société de Transport de Sherbrooke decided city bus drivers won't stop any more at bus stops where groups of inebriated students are waiting for a ride. Marc Denault is the president of the STS, and spoke to our Townships reporter Alison Brunette about that decision.

Léo Fugazza is the spokesperson of the undergraduate student union (FEUS) at the Université de Sherbrooke, and joined us with his reaction to the persistent problem.
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