Quebec AM | May 11, 2012 | 12:35

Parents voice concerns over student protests

A new symbol has emerged in the on-going student conflict with the government. After the red square, then the green square, now the white square. It is the symbol of parental concern over a conflict that's has gone too far and become much too dangerous in their eyes. We speak to Robert Michaud about that. Luc Tremblay penned a letter to his daughter in LaPresse about similar questions, and shares his thoughts as well.

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