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May 10, 2012
Quebec student strike protest. (Photo: Darren Ell)

'Rêve général illimité' in Quebec

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'.
Podcast
Mar 23, 2012

Protesting tuition hikes in Quebec

Redeye
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.
News
Feb 28, 2012
Photo: Stefan Christoff

Is the Québec student strike a spark?

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
Jan 12, 2012
Drop Fees

Education is a right

Progressive Voices
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.
Blog
Sep 26, 2011

William Watson on post-secondary education

Nick Falvo
On Wednesday, William Watson wrote a comment piece in the Financial Post in which he was critical of Armine Yalnizyan's recent essay on inequality.
Blog
Sep 10, 2011

'Grade-boosting' stimulant use on campus

Nick Falvo
A recent editorial in the Canadian Medical Association Journal looks at the use of "grade-boosting" stimulants (such as Ritalin) by Canadian post-secondary students.
Blog
Sep 5, 2011

Ontario student debt

Nick Falvo
Last week, the CCPA released a paper by David Macdonald and Erika Shaker entitled Under Pressure: The Impact of Rising Tuition Fees on Ontario Families.

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