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Jul 12, 2012

Bringing #qcsolidarity to Ontario

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."
Columnists
Jun 5, 2012

Jean Charest: The Little Chieftain

Quebec is now living through La Petite Noirceur (Dark Era Lite). The choice of a failed Conservative leader, Jean Charest, has ended up turning back the clock to the reign of Maurice Duplessis.
Blog
Jun 4, 2012
Photo: Nicholas Dawson / http://cadrerouge.wordpress.com

Update on Quebec student strike: Summer of protest ahead

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.
Photos
May 28, 2012
Manifestation Casserole - St Henri (Photo: Magdalena O! / flickr)

Pots and pans ring out against Charest

rabble staff
'Casseroles' are spreading beyond Quebec and across Canada, as solidarity for the student strike pours in from far and wide.
Columnists
May 28, 2012

The taming of Jean Charest

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.
News
May 22, 2012

Appeal from Quebec: Solidarity and legal support needed

Max Silverman
Andrée Bourbeau
Emilie Breton-Côté
Emilie Charrette
If you, your union, or your organization is able to give any amount of financial help, it would make an undeniable difference in our struggle.

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