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Roger Rashi | The 2014 People's Social Forum aims to be the launching point for building an extra-parliamentary opposition that will endure long after the conference has ended in August.
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H.G. Watson | Veteran Public Service Alliance of Canada negotiator Hassan Husseini revealed today that he will challenge Ken Georgetti for the president's position at the Canadian Labour Congress.
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Simon Tremblay-Pepin | I've contended for the last two years that between 2005 and 2010, an intensive public relations campaign was undertaken with the aim of increasing tuition fees in Quebec.
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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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Ethan Cox | On Wednesday, a Quebec court rejected student demands for an emergency injunction against Bill 78. rabble.ca spoke to student leader Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois and several legal experts to get their take.
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rabbleTV | Video of a demonstration in Montreal at the Grand Prix on June 9, against the Canadian Grand Prix and the Charest government.
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Elizabeth Littlejohn | An upbeat musical documentary about the Manif Casseroles Rally held in Toronto on May 30, 2012.
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Rick Salutin | Speaking of debts, as most governments do in order to explain why they can't create anything and need to cut back on whatever is already there, here's what I think we owe to striking Quebec students.
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Manifestation du 22 mai, Montréal. Photo: Luc Lavigne/Flickr
Philippe Hurteau | Quebec is in the midst of a social crisis of rare intensity, both in terms of the duration of the confrontation between the student movement and the Quebec government, and support for the students.
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Erika Shaker | Why is it still, for some, a newsflash that reality for today's youth is a solar system away from the world of just 25 or 30 years ago?
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Duncan Cameron | Quebec is now living through La Petite Noirceur (Dark Era Lite). The choice of a failed Conservative leader, Jean Charest, has ended up turning back the clock to the reign of Maurice Duplessis.
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Alice Klein | A numbers guide to the Quebec student protests and economic inequality in Canada.