Quebec Student Solidarity Tour — July 17

July 7th, 2012

Tuesday, July 17th  the Quebec Student Solidarity Tour comes to Guelph at 7:30pm Van Gogh’s Ear (corner of Wyndham St. and Macdonell St., Guelph)

With a quarter of a million people marching in the streets of Montreal for three months in a row, a broad and powerful united resistance has developed and is shaking Quebec. Despite over a thousand arrests, police violence, and disturbing anti-democratic laws brought-in by the Charest Liberal government, the students have held strong.

Come hear first-hand accounts and analysis explaining how the strike grew from a campaign calling for access to education into a people’s struggle for democracy and a better Quebec.

As federal and provincial austerity budgets impact hard in Ontario, how can we build solidarity as well as a broad, united and growing movement here in Ontario?

GABRIEL NADEAU-DUBOIS – is one of three spokes-people of la CLASSE and has been involved in the negotiations with the Quebec government for accessible, quality and free public post-secondary education in Quếbec.

AUDREY DEVEAULT – is the Chairperson of the Dawson Students’ Union at Cégep Dawson. She also sits on the National Executive of the Canadian Federation of Student’s as the Quebec representative.

MARIANNE BRETON FONTAINE – is a former executive member of the student union at Cégep du Vieux Montréal and is currently studying at UQAM. She is the Editor of Jeunesse Militante magazine and Quebec correspondent for Vancouver’s Co-op Radio morning news show.

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One Response to “Quebec Student Solidarity Tour — July 17”

  1. A. Reader Says:

    Well done on this great event. The speaker from CLASSE will be Hugo Bonin whose biography is on the website you list.

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