15 Winning Pictures From Montréal’s Protest On March 22nd

News from Canada everyone! Yesterday, more than 200 000 students invaded Montréal’s streets to protest against a rise of 75% of tuition costs.

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At its longest, the protest measured about 6km (3.7 miles).

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Although being the largest protest in Québec’s history, everything went peacefully. There have been almost no arrest.

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Many students sported the red square, symbol of the protest.

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“Education adrift”.

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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

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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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