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May Day 2012 in Montreal. Photo: Socialist Canada/Flickr
Eric Pineault | One of the main themes of the Quebec student movement's message is to link the conflict around tuition fees to the wider political economy context in Québec.
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Far from intimidated in the face of politicians' insults and police brutality, Quebec students are feeling their strength. (Photo: http://artivistic.org/)
Jesse Rosenfeld | There's a long tradition in Quebec of pushing back when public supports are threatened. Quebecers are just plain more aspirational when it comes to social rights.
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Krystalline Kraus | May Day in Montreal and the Maple Spring student strike.
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Carré rouge pour l'éducation. Photo: maxime bonin/Flickr
Erika Shaker | It was bound to happen. After almost three months, Margaret Wente finally got wind of this kerfuffle in Quebec about tuition fees.
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Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | Update of actions against austerity as the Quebec student strike rages on, with street battles, mass arrests and bad faith negotiating. Also a piece on a Kitchener solidarity action and Plan Nord.
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Bruce Livesey | On my recent book tour to promote "Thieves of Bay Street" I have journeyed to Alberta, Montreal and Ottawa. In so doing, I have gotten a taste of the Canada which Harper's Tories are trying to forge.
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Duncan Cameron | The other Mayday is a distress call. It comes from the French "m'aidez," or help me. When repeated three times on a radio frequency, Mayday signifies grave and imminent danger.
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Mitch Podolak; Michael Welch | On this edition of Alert! Radio: Why Wildrose lost, Quebec student strike still going strong and B.C. mayors against Harper on the Kinder Morgan pipeline.
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Nick Falvo | The current "crisis" in Quebec over tuition fees has been created by federal governments that have defunded Canadian universities, putting provincial governments "between a rock and a hard place."
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Coalition large de l’ASSÉ (CLASSE) | The latest from Quebec's largest student coalition: 'Let us seize the moment to insert a key into the gears of the cultural revolution and defend a society that puts people before profit.'
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Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | The Smash the State Report features updates on Nyki Kish's struggle for justice, extradition news from No One is Illegal, G20 court theatrics, the Quebec student strike and the Trayvon Martin case.
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various | A translation by rabble.ca which we hope will increase awareness and understanding of the 'débat de société' sparked by Quebec's student strike.