Quebec AM | Jun 6, 2012 | 9:12

Vice Rector of studies at Laval University on students returning to classes

As the student strike continues across the province against proposed tuition hikes, Laval University in Quebec City is seeing more and more students return to class. Many students are finishing their winter session... over the summer. After 6:30, we'll hear from the Vice Rector of studies at Laval University and how students and teachers are once again filling up classrooms.

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