Radio Noon Montreal | Sep 23, 2013 | 23:12

Commission into 'Maple Spring' started today

The Menard Commission into the student protests of 2012 began its public hearings this morning. The commission was formed to better understand what led to the protests. It will also look at how police reacted.

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