Canada has largely ignored Quebec's protesting students, but cheap tertiary education is not to be sniffed at

[Guardian] In Montreal, hundreds of thousands of students have been taking to the streets for weeks, often facing off against riot police. The province has been inundated with news, seemingly by the hour, of shifting tactics and the back-and-forth discussions between striking student groups and the government. Outside, unrest continues. There were more arrests, violence and property damage this week. It's a hell of a story. It's also one few Canadians outside Quebec actually care about. Maybe we should.  

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