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Richard Fidler | The student strike -- the longest in Quebec history -- is now in a crucial phase.
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Tariq Jeeroburkhan | The unilateral nature of this latest fee increase indicates the comfort level of a provincial government that has remained in power, virtually unthreatened for a decade now.
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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.
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Humberto DaSilva | Quebec students aren't just fighting to hold the line on their tuitions, they are fighting austerity on behalf of the whole nation.
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Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | We look at resistance to the neo-liberal austerity in Quebec, resistance to the children's aid society in Kitchener, and a doc on how to "rob" a bank.
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Duncan Cameron | Could we have a system where public credit was used for public works, and the common good, rather than to generate private profit, and feed corporate greed? Yes, we could.
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Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | 10 (more) reasons to support the quebec student strike (#strikeeverywhere), followed by Dick Cheney's announcement that he is afraid of Canada because he is a war criminal, and some upcoming doc-talk.
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Pierre Chauvin and Julian Ward | Peaceful Quebec student strike protests turn violent when Montreal police officers attack the crowd with flash grenades and injure one protester's eye.
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Scott Weinstein | I'm back as a medic from the large student strike and anti-police brutality demonstration in Montreal where the cops were shooting exploding tear gas canisters and flash-bang grenades into crowds.
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Chantal Sundaram | Quebec's rich history in student activism continues to keep the current student strikes strong despite aggressive confrontations with police and a lack of support in English media.
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Eric Martin | There are more than 65,000 students on strike in Québec. Students are walking out of classrooms to reverse the 75 per cent raise in tuition over five years announced in the last provincial budget.
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Stefan Christoff | Tens of thousands of students are on the streets protesting moves by the Québec Liberal government to inflate post-secondary tuition fees by $1,625 in the next five years.