Quebec AM | Nov 15, 2012 | 9:25

Renewed calls for public inquiry into police actions during the student strikes

The fight against the proposed tuition hikes last spring lead to some of the largest protests Quebec has ever seen - and sometimes resulted in massive arrests and cases of police brutality. Over 50 groups are calling on the Parti Quebecois government for a public inquiry into police actions during the student strikes, in the hopes of preventing these situations from happening again and restoring citizen's trust in the police force.

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