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Mick Sweetman | Like transit, the main problem that the funding for post-secondary education hasn't kept up with the rising demand on an aging system.
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Theresa Ketterling | Fees, asbestos, and remembering. And is it actually profitable to cut corporate tax rates? The Progressive Economics Forum explores.
Podcast
A sign being held at a massive street march of the Maple Spring
Riaz Sayani-Mulji | 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.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Student activists from Quebec attend a forum at the Ryerson Student Centre on July 19, 2012. Moderated by Sarah Jayne King, chairperson of the Canadian Federation of Students for Ontario.
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Tax forms. Photo: Canadian Pacific/Flickr
David Macdonald | Well, well, another misinformed tax freedom day has come and gone on June 12. To mark the occasion this year, I took a look at several items that Canadians are "free of" at various points.
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Krystalline Kraus | BREAKING: University of Ottawa students occupy their adminstration office over tuition fee increase.
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rabble staff | Derrick O'Keefe will be on babble, rabble.ca's online discussion forum, this afternoon to discuss rabble.ca's coverage of the Quebec student protests. Come join the conversation!
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Quebec student strike protest. (Photo: Darren Ell)
Stefan Christoff | Politicians in Quebec are moving to place an increasing part of the economic burden of austerity on public institutions, while the students push for change in a 'rêve général illimité'.
RabbleTV
Bill Clennett | On April 30 striking students did a snake march in downtown Gatineau so as to keep up the pressure on the Liberal governement.
Podcast
Peter Driftmier | Student unions representing nearly 200,000 students are on strike across Quebec, protesting a planned tuition increase of 75 per cent. Rushdia Mehreen is a graduate student at Concordia.
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Photo: Stefan Christoff
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.
Podcast
Drop Fees
Riaz Sayani-Mulji and Ryan Sparrow | We speak with Nora Loreto about the Liberal tuition rebate, how the majority of students in Ontario don't qualify, the need for greater public funding of post-secondary education, and more.