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As Anti-Protest Law Attempts to Stifle Dissent, 400 Students in Quebec Arrested in Mass March

Yana Kunichoff @ Truthout - In the most recent escalation in the battle between a Quebecoise government pushing tuition hikes and striking Canadian students, at least three cities saw mass arrests at demonstrations against a newly minted anti-protest law that activists are calling "absurd."

The "biggest act of civil disobedience in Canadian history," as some groups are calling it, took place in Montreal, where 400 students were arrested after being kettled by police. Quebec City and Sherbrooke also saw mass arrests in what commentators say is a sure sign that the protests are not letting up.  Read more.

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