Canada’s “Maple Spring”: From the Quebec Student Strike to the Movement Against Neoliberalism
Quebec’s “Red Square” Movement: The Story So Far
For more on the Quebec students’ struggle go here.
Quebec Student Leader Convicted in Outrageous Political Trial
SPREAD THE QUEBEC STUDENT STRIKE BY DEMANDING FREE EDUCATION FOR ALL AND OPPOSE DRACONIAN EMERGENCY LAWS LIKE BILL-78!
“The real “two solitudes” are not anglo/franco, they are “have” and “have-not.” Stand up with us!”
It’s a global pheomenon.
Report on Montreal demo, June 22, 2012: “This is not only against the students, it is against the working population.”
Watch Mayhem in Montreal: “The Indignants” , a 53 minute film on the student protest and police brutality in the wake of the passing of the anti democratic bill 78.
On the necessity of democratic volatility Thursday, May 30th Casseroles Night in Canada
Activist Communique in Rabble.ca
Read a comprehensive backgrounder The Quebec Student Strike: from ‘Maple Spring’ to Summer Rebellion?
Listen to Unusual Sources on the McMaster campus radio CFMU 93.3 fm
Just before the latest wave of protest against anti-democratic legislation, organizer Paolo Philpot explains some history and motivations of the Quebec student strikes, including the red patch insignia, the positions taken within Quebec’s media and government, and the growing drive to use repressive measures against Quebec’s youth. Podcast link or On line