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Published on Aug 17, 2012
Armed with signs, rocks, and molotov cocktails, huge numbers of students and masked protesters hit the streets of Montreal to protest tuition hikes and political corruption.
For over 100 days, students in Quebec protested against proposed tuition hikes by Premier Jean Charest, the leader of an allegedly corrupt provincial government with widespread mafia links. On May 1, 2012, VICE took to the streets to see what the fuss was about.