May 30, 2012 — Massive demonstrations in the city of Montreal have continued for more than a hundred straight days.
The protest began when Quebec's Liberal Party tried to hike tuition rates for college students. But the sometimes violent street rallies have exploded into a much wider debate in French Canada over civil liberties and the future of popular social programs.
As Brian Mann reports, some students are now calling for the resignation of Quebec's premier. Go to full article