Students tear-gassed while demanding free education

QUEBEC CITY (CUP) — Five hundred students from around the province converged in Quebec City last Wednesday to demand free education. They marched through the city, descending on the National Assembly to mark the one-year anniversary of l’Association pour une Solidarit

QUEBEC CITY (CUP) — Five hundred students from around the province converged in Quebec City last Wednesday to demand free education. They marched through the city, descending on the National Assembly to mark the one-year anniversary of l’Association pour une Solidarit

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