Student movement waning?
In May the Charest government pass Bill 78 and suspended classes at schools that were affected by student strikes. Students vowed to keep protesting, and soon pots and pans could be heard nightly on street corners across the city. But the nightly protests are no more, and casseroles are for the most back in the kitchen. Steve Rukavina spoke to Gabriel Nadeau Dubois live in-studio. He is a spokesperson for CLASSE - a group representing students.
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