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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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This promises to be a familiar scene this summer in Montreal. (Photo: fatseth / flickr)
Roger Annis | The government of Quebec Premier Jean Charest has responded to the student movement's protests and actions with an unprecedented police mobilization.
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Campus Notes | An open letter from 109 Chilean students and academics expressing solidarity with Quebec student protesters.
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rabble staff | Two UN experts urged the federal and provincial governments of Canada and Quebec to fully respect the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly, expression and association of students.
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Derrick O'Keefe | Tonight, in over 60 communities big and small, people will be gathering to celebrate and defend the determined student and people's movement in Quebec.
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Jesse Rosenfeld | This movement may be drawing on global influences — Paris 1968, the Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street, European anti-austerity movements - but it is still fundamentally Quebecois.
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Duncan Cameron | For those who may have forgotten, the Maple Spring shows Quebec is indeed a distinct society, one capable of leadership and innovation. They're setting an example that the rest of Canada could follow.
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Night after night, this is the scene in Montreal. (Photo: Elvis in Montreal / flickr)
Roger Rashi | These marches are totally illegal, openly flaunting the repressive bill 78, making a mockery of Premier Charest attempt to crush the student and peoples' movement.
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Alan Sears, Xavier Lafrance | The Charest government has turned to repression to try to break the largest and longest student strike in Quebec history.
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New poll shows Quebec fed up with Charest.
Ethan Cox | A new poll shows support for Jean Charest's hard line with student strikers collapsing, as his unconstitutional "special law" raises the ire of Quebeckers.
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Derrick O'Keefe | All movements for greater social justice sometimes need a spark from the young, from the generations that are not weighed down by past defeats and disappointments.
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Max Silverman, Andrée Bourbeau, Emilie Breton-Côté, Emilie Charrette | If you, your union, or your organization is able to give any amount of financial help, it would make an undeniable difference in our struggle.