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Aug 16, 2012
A sign being held at a massive street march of the Maple Spring

The future of the Maple Spring

Progressive Voices
On this week's episode of Progressive Voices, I speak with student organizer Sunci Avlijas about where the mobilizations are heading now that the next school term is about to begin.
Blog
Aug 2, 2012
Jason Kenney would like you to read rabble blogs.

rabble.ca weekly blog roundup!

rabble staff
Who benefits from porn? Who benefits from women's boxing? Who benefits from special immigration exceptions?
Blog
Jun 7, 2012
Manifestation du 22 mai, Montréal. Photo: Luc Lavigne/Flickr

The student strike in Quebec

Philippe Hurteau
Quebec is in the midst of a social crisis of rare intensity, both in terms of the duration of the confrontation between the student movement and the Quebec government, and support for the students.
Blog
May 29, 2012

Social justice marches in Montreal

Tariq Jeeroburkhan
With over 200 000 citizen and student protesters in the streets of Montreal daily, it was time for my first ever video blog to report "why?".
Blog
Apr 24, 2012
Non à la Hausse! Photo: Stéphanie Amesse/Flickr

Rex Murphy's naive take on the Quebec student protests

Nick Falvo
On CBC's The National last week, Rex Murphy weighed in on Quebec's student protests; he calls the protests "short sighted," and points out that Quebec already has the lowest tuition fees in Canada.
News
Mar 28, 2012
Photo: andretremblay.com / Greenpeace

Pushing back on the nuclear path: Part 2

Steve Cornwell
In the final part of "Pushing back on the nuclear path," we're headed to Eastern Canada to outline the ongoing efforts to oppose nuclear in Quebec and New Brunswick.
News
May 30, 2011

Le Plan Nord, a plan to exploit northern Quebec

Ted Sprague
The wealth of Quebec needs to be developed by the people of Quebec. Only in this manner, we can have a more responsible development that will respect the environment and the indigenous communities.
News
May 12, 2010

The unfairness of Bill 94 unveiled

Dana Olwan
The story of Naema Ahmed's expulsion from a French-language class in Quebec over her refusal to remove her niqab has stirred a political and media frenzy.

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