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Video: Casseroles -- Montreal May 24

For more than 100 days, Quebec students have been protesting a rise in tuition fees. With the imposition of Loi 78, limiting the rights to protest, Quebecers en masse have been joining them in the streets -- with pots and pans. 

Every evening at 8:00 p.m. people meet in the street with their pots and pans and make all the noise they can in protest. Music thanks to the band Avec pas d'casque and their record label Grosse Boîte

Musique/music:
INTUITION #1 -- Avec pas d'casque
© Grosse Boîte
Bandcamp: avecpasdcasque.bandcamp.com/album/astronomie

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Hundreds of thousands take to the streets of Montreal for 100 days of protest

On the 100th day of the protest in the Quebec students' strike, hundreds of thousands took to the streets in Montreal, with solidarity rallies happening in cities across Canada, in the US and Europe. Here is a small taste of scene on the streets in Montreal today, from a rabble contributor. For ongoing live coverage of the student strike situation, watch CUTV (Concordia University Television) livestream here.

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