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student protests

Several people were also injured.
The mass protests three years ago were tightly focused on getting the government to reverse tuition fee hikes. This spring's
The secret law during the G20 and the list of laws passed in Québec to quell protests share a common characteristic: they're virtually impossible to enforce consistently. What good is a law that, once passed, is applied selectively? It places a tremendous amount of power in the hands of police who have proven unable to yield such powers appropriately.
MONTREAL - With barbecues and beachfronts beckoning, Quebec students fighting tuition increases are turning to election-style
VANCOUVER - When a six-year tuition freeze was lifted in British Columbia in 2002, causing tuition at most universities to
MONTREAL - The unpredictable nightly protests that helped spur a government crackdown have largely been a Montreal-only affair
Going to university is like hitting the snooze button on life: You do whatever you want whenever you want, and there are no consequences. Same thing goes for these protests: Most of the kids on strike in Quebec demonstrating in the streets, are going to turn out just fine, and become hard-working citizens like you and me.
MONTREAL - One of Quebec's most powerful student groups has shot down Premier Jean Charest's revised offer on tuition fees
The Quebec government's battle against student protesters deepened Friday, with both sides exchanging threats one day after