* Estimates at 500,000 in the middle of the day. It's being called "the largest act of civil disobedience in Canadian history" to protest arugably the most anti-freedom bill ever introduced Bill 78.
They're protesting a tuition hilke. I don't know where these people are getting their information from.
A 250$/semester tuition hike that is already the province that has the post secondary the most heavily subsidized.
Yea, what started as a tuition hike turned into an assault on freedoms. yes, its 250 a semester for 7 years, yes theyre already heavily subsidized but should it not be? education is something that benefits the entire country. They're putting their foot down before tuition prices become as they are in the rest of the world, ridiculously overpriced and incredibly inflated
We all have our freedom because it belong to us. Don't let anyone determine what it is that we can do or not do with our lives. Fight for your freedom... It is yours to keep.
Protest is no longer about tuition. This is a protest to protest the making of protest illegal.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ........... An Act to enable students to receive instruction from the postsecondary institutions they attend, commonly known as Bill 78, is an emergency law passed on 18 May 2012 by the National Assembly of Quebec, Canada. The law restricts freedom of assembly, protest, or picketing on or near university grounds, and anywhere in Quebec without prior police approval. The law also places restrictions upon education employees right to strike. Bill 78 was drafted by members of the Quebec Liberal Party, introduced by Education Minister Michelle Courchesne, and passed with the support of the Coalition Avenir Québec party in response to ongoing student protests over proposed tuition increases. The law is also identified as L.Q., 2012, c. 12 (Laws of Quebec, 2012, chapter 12).
This is just a few comments from the picture you can find the rest at the above link. Will this bring in Marshal Law to Every Country ?