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Ethan Cox | The Quebec-Ontario Student Solidarity Tour kicks off in Ottawa, where CLASSE leaders and grassroots activists will tell their stories, and share lessons from the strike.
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Jérémie Bédard-Wien | A leader of CLASSE shares thoughts on the eve of a speaking tour across Ontario: "Solidarity is but a first step towards something else: the renewal of militant, radical social movements in Canada."
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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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June 22 in Montreal. (Photo: ricardoara / flickr)
Roger Annis | The student movement in Quebec is heading into a crucial summer of discussion and organizing.
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Roger Annis | Another sign of trouble for Charest is the setback the government suffered in mid term elections in two electoral districts in the Montreal region on June 11.
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The burial of  Benno Ohnesorg. (Photo: KasamaProject.org)
Iain Macdonald | What are the lessons of a 1967 death at a political protest in Germany? Proverbial wisdom would have us fight fire with fire, but there are other means. Occupy possibility.
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Carrie Rentschler | It may not be on the summer festival schedule, but the casseroles protests are a daily popular music festival happening on the island of Montreal.
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Roger Annis | One of the expressions of the broadening support for students has been the 'pots and pans' movement that has erupted in neighbourhoods across the province and is now spreading in the rest of Canada.
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Campus Notes | A group of Quebec activists and respond to 'Activist Communique: Open letter to the Canadian Federation of Students.'
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Roger Annis | Following the collapse of negotiations, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois of the CLASSE association immediately launched an appeal to students to deliver in the streets a message to the government.
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Ethan Cox | Talks between the Quebec government and striking students came to a sudden end Thursday evening as the government walked away from the table after refusing to make more than cosmetic concessions...
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Iglika Ivanova | Low tuition fees do not mean that those who benefit from education get a free ride (they don't!).