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Dear Jean Charest: This is what democracy looks like

This was the view from the front of the march today in Montreal. (Photo: Justin Ling)
Hundreds of thousands marched today against Charest's 'Special Law' and in support of Quebec's student strike.

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The red square of solidarity for Quebec students is spreading far and wide

Carré rouge pour l'éducation. (Photo: Photomaxmtl / flickr)
When Quebec students hit the streets in a massive rally Tuesday, they won't be alone. Solidarity is spreading and so is their symbol, the red square.

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'Special law' condemned by students and civil society in Quebec

Photo: (Socialist Canada, Socialist Quebec / flickr)
A number of civil society groups have denounced the Charest government's emergency law against Quebec's student strike.

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Quebec students remain defiant, take the streets again

Photo by Concordia Community Solidarity Co-op Bookstore.
Police used stun grenades and tear gas against another mass student demonstration in Montreal last night.

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Quebec students face mass arrests but the struggle continues

Mass student protest March 31, 2012. (http://www.bloquonslahausse.com)
Quebec's striking students will take to the streets again this weekend against the Charest government.

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Supporting the Quebec student strike

Photo: Not Rex screenshot
Striking Quebec students are fighting austerity on behalf of the whole nation.

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Using public credit to benefit everyone

Photo: pointsdevue/Flickr
We need enough people like the striking Quebec students ready to fight for a better future for all.

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Thousands of Québec students on general strike

Photo: Stefan Christoff
Thousands of students in Québec are protesting tuition fee hikes by the Québec Liberal government.

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