At its longest, the protest measured about 6km (3.7 miles).
Although being the largest protest in Québec’s history, everything went peacefully. There have been almost no arrest.
Many students sported the red square, symbol of the protest.
Green: 420 000, students in Québec province
Yellow: 316 000, students on strike
Bright red: more than 200 000 students involved in the protest
Red: 100 000 students, maximum expected to participate in the event
Dark red: 50 000 students, minimum expected to participate in the event
When the protest reached the middle of street “E-F”, there was still people at point “A”, waiting to start the walk.
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