As The Strike Winds Down, Quebeckers Continue to Take the Streets for Free Education

As The Strike Winds Down, Quebeckers Continue to Take the Streets for Free Education

On August 22nd, an estimated 100 000 people took to the streets of Montreal in a powerful show of support to block the Charest government`s proposed 75% tuition hike in Quebec. The size of the mobilization was impressive, given the fact that the week prior, almost all of the provinces CEGEPs had voted to end their 6-month long strike.

CUTV was at the protest, and talked to many of the participants about the significance of the recent strike votes, and the upcoming Quebec elections.

news@cutvmontreal.ca

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On August 22nd, an estimated 100 000 people took to the streets of Montreal in a powerful show of support to block the Charest government`s proposed 75% tuition hike in Quebec. The size of the mobilization was impressive, given the fact that the week prior, almost all of the provinces CEGEPs had voted to end their 6-month long strike. CUTV was at the protest, and talked to many of the participants about the significance of the recent strike votes, and the upcoming Quebec elections. news@cutvmontreal.ca
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