On average, tuition and compulsory fees for Canadian undergraduate students have tripled between 1993-94 and 2015-16 and will continue to rise over the next four years.
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.
At a May 10 conference at SEED Alternative High School over 120 students agreed that school is broken.
On Tuesday approximately 10,000 students and their supporters marched and rallied in Montreal to protest the PQ government's Education Summit and to advance the demand free tuition.
the Parti québécois is again closing the window opened by the student movement, locking the debate behind some sterile technocratic issues.
Thousands of students across Ontario protested this week against the Liberals' Bill 115, also known as the "Putting Students First Act."
On Monday, Ontario teachers will start rolling walkouts across the province against the draconian Bill 115, the "Putting Students First Act."
The response to a recent article by a McGill student confirms the sad truth that to this day we are more afraid of being accused of racism than of its destructive effects or our complicity in it.
We break down the education platforms of Quebec's seven parties, and give them each a grade based on their commitment to accessible education
Alternatives Festival des Solidarités drew a crowd to hear Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, Louis Roy, Brigette DePape and others call for a common front against austerity this Saturday...