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David Gray-Donald | Quebec's Printemps 2015 protests will be Saturday, March 21. Stand against austerity and the petro-economy!
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Nora Loreto | Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, the Maple Spring's most recognizable face, offers a straight-forward account about how the student strike felt from the inside.
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Davide Mastracci | Essentially, in February of 2012, a small group of McGill students threw a party on the sixth floor of the school's central administration building.
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Stefan Christoff | Grassroots movements in Quebec have long organized with an internationalist spirit rooted in decolonization and social transformation.
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Tim McSorley | The Montreal lawyer who has become synonymous with the fight against police repression during last spring's student strike in Quebec is facing a whole new battle.
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Stefan Christoff | Egypt today illuminates possibilities that can inspire and inform social movements in Québec and Canada.
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Graphic by École de la Montagne Rouge
Derrick O'Keefe | This series of articles includes firsthand accounts of the incredible street protests in Montreal and reflections on the student strike within the context of Quebec revolutionary history.
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Nora Loreto | The Ontario Liberals confirm that tuition fees will increase another four years, bringing the total to 12 consecutive fee increases.
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Anarchopanda surrounded - photo: 99% Media
Ethan Cox | In Montreal police have begun preemptively arresting all participants at peaceful demonstrations, before they even begin.
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Credit: Mario Jean
Ethan Cox | As the PQ government reneged on their campaign promise of a tuition freeze and announced plans for a new tuition hike, the ASSE drew a massive crowd to demonstrate for free education.
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Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois | the Parti québécois is again closing the window opened by the student movement, locking the debate behind some sterile technocratic issues.
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ASSE spokesperson Jérémie Bédard-Wien at Monday's news conference
Ethan Cox | Student group ASSE promise to defend the gains of the Maple Spring, and return to the streets if the PQ government doesn't respect its promise to consider free education.