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Like a rag-tag army of soup kitchen chefs, Canadians from one end of the country to the other took to the streets armed with pots, pans and wooden spoons with which to create a masterpiece.... a "Casserole." What were they
Quebec was set to consider emergency legislation Thursday aimed at calming weeks of student protests over rising tuition costs, after thousands took to the streets once again. Thousands of demonstrators spilled into the streets of Montreal late
Several hundred public sector workers staged a demonstration outside Prime Minister Stephen Harper's office in Ottawa to protest the government austerity measures. They sang, chanted, and listened to speeches. There was no violence.
Scores held as Montreal student protests turn ugly Polls suggest the public generally supports a rise in tuition fees in Quebec Eighty-five people have been arrested as demonstrations in Montreal over rising tuition fees turned violent. Police used
Hundreds of students protested outside the Palais des Congres. The Quebec Liberal premier Jean Charest was speaking at a symposium on northern development. Charest's keynote address was delayed when
Quebec students many in colorful costumes starting from several locations and taking several different routes wound through Montreal streets this afternoon. The protests are to go on until evening. Today's