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Searching for a solution on education

One of the most anticipated promises from the Parti Québécois, the provincial summit on education, will be held next month to discuss future plans for Quebec’s governance and management for post-secondary education funds.
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The making of an informed people

They don’t have the power to put criminals behind bars. They don’t have the power to take people to court. They certainly don’t have the power to accuse witnesses of wrongdoing. However the Charbonneau Commission has the ability to inform the people and in a society like ours, an informed people is the greatest power of all.
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Tuition hike may not be gone for good

Concordia University refunded all students upon receiving official directives from the provincial government concerning the tuition fee rollback while McGill University's international and out-of-province students are still waiting on adjustments to their accounts.
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The cost of the student movement

The costs of this year’s student strike movement is the centre of attention yet again as the l'Université du Québec à Montréal claims the protests associated with the university amounted to $20 million and the provincial government estimates that overall costs for all post-secondary institutions are at $40 million and counting.
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A march for free education

Hundreds of demonstrators marched in the pouring rain Saturday, to celebrate the repealed tuition fee increase and abolished Law 12 while continuing to take a stand for free education.