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rabble staff | A powerful slideshow of the more than 70 actions across Canada and around the world. Produced by East Van Solidarity.
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Ethan Cox | After the unprecedented success of Casseroles Night in Canada the question is, what next? I have a proposal for my casseroles-loving friends...
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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.
Columnists
Ellen Russell | Many in the English-speaking media are doing their best to persuade us that student protests in Quebec are nothing of any consequence. Here's a three-step guide to how they do it.
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Judy Rebick | On Wednesday May 30, people across Canada will join the people across Quebec demonstrating our solidarity with the brave determined students.
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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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Toronto Video Activist Collective | Toronto rallies in solidarity with Quebec students and against Bill 78, as part of a day of action marking 100 days of the student strike.
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Accountability, transparency, democracy
rabble staff | It's been an important week for Quebec student protesters, and we had lots of coverage in our blogs section!
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Ethan Cox | A new poll conducted by CROP for Radio-Canada shows support for the proposed increases to tuition in Quebec has gone from 68% to 27%, a drop of 41% in six days
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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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Roger Annis | The strike of post-secondary students in Quebec has taken a dramatic turn with a special law to outlaw protest activity deemed disruptive of institutions not participating in the strike.