Struggle against privatization, user fees, and austerity

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Struggle against privatization, user fees, and austerity

Continued from this 2010-12 thread - from which all my posts were deleted (except today's), and which doesn't show up on TAT:

http://rabble.ca/babble/central-canada/qu%C3%A9bec-budget-makes-workers-...

 

Unionist

[url=http://bit.ly/1azLa7r] Montréal demo (last Saturday) against user fees, privatization, and austerity measures [/url]

 

 

And Québec Solidaire [url=http://www.quebecsolidaire.net/hausse-des-tarifs-dhydro-quebec-amir-khad... proposed Hydro increases which, if approved, would reach 22% by 2018.

cco

Health minister denies patients will pay for hospital rooms, except for when they pay for them

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“I want to reassure the population: free hospitalization is here to stay, and room tariffs based on revenue is not an option,” Hébert said in the statement.

The two new superhospitals will only feature private rooms.

Traditionally, Quebec patients have had to pay extra fees for that level of privacy. At the Montreal General hospital, patients pay $71 a night for a semi-private room and $141 for a fully private room.

But Hébert says having only private rooms at the superhospitals is a way to reduce the spread of infections — not to raise more money.

“The configuration changes in our hospital environments oblige us to review our pricing system...to ensure the principle of free care.”

The health ministry says it has set up a committee to review how the new hospitals will charge patients for rooms.

“Whatever fee model we use, our priority is to maintain rooms that are free of charge and to respect the choices of patients,” Hébert said.

However we charge you for them, they'll be free, except for the part you pay for.

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Extra, Extra! Read All About It!

ASSÉ to Restart English-Language Newspaper

One of Quebec’s largest and more militant student federations is reaching out to anglophones by publishing an English-language edition of its quarterly newspaper for the first time since fall 2010.

The Association pour une solidarité syndicale étudiante is releasing the English-language version of its newspaper, Ultimatum, in the next two weeks, said co-spokesperson Benjamin Gingras.

“There is a massive number of anglophone students who are as affected by questions of austerity, tuition fees and basically the whole student condition. The idea is to be inclusive and reach out to all students regardless of language,” he said.

“These are issues that go beyond the language barrier.”....

http://thelinknewspaper.ca/article/5275

Unionist

The $7/day child care will go up to $8 this fall and $9 in 2015.

Last year, Marois promised there would be no increases in child care fees during this term. So, by calling premature elections, she shortens the term!

Luckily, we can count on the Liberals and CAQ, champions of working folks and women, to oppose these increases.

Sorry, I'm not feeling well right now...

 

Unionist

Over 60,000 students are on strike today, at the call of ASSÉ, and thousands are marching against austerity.

After 3 hours of peaceful "illegal" demonstrations, the Montreal Pig Service got sick and tired of doing nothing but direct traffic, so they decided to act like the fascists that they are.

http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelles/actualite/2014/04/02/001-manifestat...

 

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Protesting is now illegal (depending on the cause)

Even simply assembling brings out the riot police.

Just last month there was a small gathering (about 30 people) from P.O.P.I.R. 'protesting' (it was more like a mass private conversation) for more Social housing at Place St-Henri.

It didn't take long for several cruisers showing up and even redirecting the bus route from the area.

And people are going to seriously look themselves in the face and deny that we live in a fascist police state?...Apparently.

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..there's about 3 min of footage with little on how the police behaved.

Thousands of Quebec students protest against PQ austerity measures

video

Less than six minutes after it was scheduled to begin, the rally organized by one of Quebec’s more militant students’ federation, ASSE, was declared illegal by Montreal police.

http://globalnews.ca/news/1248806/student-protest-in-montreal-set-to-sta...

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Montréal : Breaking a fear barrier and protesting capitalism

A rebellious and beautiful protest took the streets today in Montréal, to collectively denounce the economic violence of neoliberal austerity measures in Québec.

Although mainstream media reports tilt toward a police-driven narrative, on the ground thousands and thousands of people collectively took control of the streets, risking arrest in openly defying P6, the Montréal bylaw that bans free protest.

Given the mass nature of the demonstration, organized by l'Association pour une solidarité syndicale étudiante (ASSÉ), possibilities for police interventions to halt the action were blocked. Although numerous people were injured, bruised and bloodied, in underhanded police violence during the final stretches of the action, after many protest participants departed.

Today’s protest takes place in a context of state repression....

http://www.mediacoop.ca/story/montr%C3%A9al-breaking-fear-barrier-and-pr...

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At the heart of today’s mobilization was an open rejection of austerity, a mass rally in discord with corporate capitalism, an urgent call for radical economic revisioning and social justice.

On the streets thousands of people chanted « a-anti-anti-capitalista ! » as the ASSÉ’s banner at the front of the protest read « Aux riches de faire leur juste part ! » calling out growing economic inequality and the concentration of extreme wealth, exemplified by figures like PQ candidate Pierre Karl Péladeau.

As politicians from across the mainstream spectrum continue with cynically calculated moves toward Québec’s election, the protest today equals an inspiring breath of politics shaped by grassroots people power. Walking on the streets, watching countless people's faces light up with expressions of joy and rebellion on this spring day, will remain in my mind forever.

Unionist

From the Gazette article:

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Several groups of protesters carried banners to discourage students from voting. "There is no electoral solution to the social question," read one banner. "We don't vote, we fight."

But others vowed they would make their vote count, as it did in the last election. Only this time many said they would be voting Québec Solidaire.

"I'm going to vote and fight," Nicholas said.

My emphasis. I wish!

 

 

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..what strike? edit: ok i understand  now, a 1 day strike.

Protesters Against Austerity Fill the Streets of Montreal

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About 60,000 students went on strike Thursday, ASSÉ spokesperson Justin Arcand told the crowd.

In a few days Quebecers are heading to the polls, but the majority of those protesting say they have been left without a solid choice.

"For students carrying placards demanding more social housing, lower electricity costs, less surveillance, no pipelines or oil exploration, and an end to cuts in social services, all three leaders were one and the same," the Montreal Gazette reports....

https://www.commondreams.org/headline/2014/04/04-2

cco

Couillard begins laying the groundwork for brutal cuts

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“In a nutshell, we’ve been spending beyond our means for a long time,” Couillard said. “The debt is high. The interest payments (on it) are higher than the budget for the Education Department.

“So we have to act with decisiveness, courage and determination to rectify a situation that represents a threat to the quality of life for current and future generations.

“Ladies and gentlemen, the time for marginal or cosmetic measures has gone. It is time for difficult decisions.”

The man who will make many of these decisions will be new Finance Minister Carlos Leitao, a former chief economist with the Laurentian Bank.

It's going to be a long, cold winter.

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Couillard is worse than Charest.

May as well of had a CAQ majority.

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..they're knocking on the doors of power!

CASA-led Protest Against Austerity Measures

“One, two, three, four, this is fucking class war,” chanted hundreds of protesters at a march against austerity measures on Thursday.

Together Against Austerity, organized by the Comité d’action solidaire contre l’austerité (CASA), began in St. Louis Square on St. Denis St. shortly after 6 p.m. with speeches from activists and organizations such as the Centre des travailleurs et travailleuses immigrants.

“For the last five years, since the financial crisis of 2008, Charest, Harper, Couillard, used that movement as an excuse to say everything that people have struggled for, every public service, from education to healthcare, to employment insurance will simply just be gutted and privatized,” said one of the speakers. “At every level they can make these cuts, they can increase their profits because it hasn’t been a crisis for them because we haven’t built the kind of movement that we need to.”....

http://thelinknewspaper.ca/article/5906

Unionist

So - in a declaration of war against working people, women, the poor, students, the triumphalist Montreal Gazette channels neo-con economists to call on Couillard to implement austerity, now:

[url=http://www.montrealgazette.com/opinion/editorials/Editorial+Claude+Montm... Not what Quebec wants, but what it needs[/url]

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[T]he Couillard government needs to work up some nerve and blow the dust off a 2008 report on Quebec’s fiscal impasse by a working group headed by eminent Quebec economist Claude Montmarquette. The group was appointed by the former Charest government in 2007. Its report concluded, correctly, that general taxation in Quebec is as high as it tolerably can be, and therefore Quebec needed new or higher user fees for things like hydro, no-fault state auto insurance and, yes, university tuition in order to maintain the quality of public services.

The report noted that Quebecers pay significantly less for such things than Canadians in other provinces, and that this discrepancy has fostered a “free-lunch culture” whereby people are blissfully unaware of the true cost of resources and services.

I don't like to judge people by their looks, but in this case, I'll make an exception for the Gazette's economic guru Montmarquette. It's his eyes:

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Unionist wrote:

So - in a declaration of war against working people, women, the poor, students, the triumphalist Montreal Gazette channels neo-con economists to call on Couillard to implement austerity, now:

[url=http://www.montrealgazette.com/opinion/editorials/Editorial+Claude+Montm... Not what Quebec wants, but what it needs[/url]

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[T]he Couillard government needs to work up some nerve and blow the dust off a 2008 report on Quebec’s fiscal impasse by a working group headed by eminent Quebec economist Claude Montmarquette. The group was appointed by the former Charest government in 2007. Its report concluded, correctly, that general taxation in Quebec is as high as it tolerably can be, and therefore Quebec needed new or higher user fees for things like hydro, no-fault state auto insurance and, yes, university tuition in order to maintain the quality of public services.

The report noted that Quebecers pay significantly less for such things than Canadians in other provinces, and that this discrepancy has fostered a “free-lunch culture” whereby people are blissfully unaware of the true cost of resources and services.

I don't like to judge people by their looks, but in this case, I'll make an exception for the Gazette's economic guru Montmarquette. It's his eyes:

The crypt keeper -- literally.

cco

Man. He should compare notes with Pope Emeritus Palpatine.

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May Day demonstrations sweep Montreal

Along with hundreds of thousands of people worldwide, Montrealers took to the streets on May 1 to mark International Workers’ Day, also known as May Day. The day saw several different actions across the city take place in support of workers’ rights, some of which were met with police intervention.

Over 500 protesters began their march at 6:30 p.m. on McGill College, and reached the endpoint, Square Victoria, about an hour later. The Coalition du 1er mai, a coalition of 19 groups that includes Quebec’s major labour union federations and student unions, organized the demonstration in protest of austerity policies.

“It’s happening all over the world – in Europe, in Asia, in South America. More and more, working conditions are difficult for everyone, even here in North America. [...],” said Christian Page, of the teachers’ group Fédération autonome de l’enseignement, which is a member of the Coalition. “We are working to bring more justice into the world.”

A simultaneous action held by the Montreal Anti-Capitalist Convergence (CLAC) near the Papineau metro station saw heavy police repression, with riot police from the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) and the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) present in large numbers.....

http://www.mcgilldaily.com/2014/05/may-day-demonstrations-sweep-montreal/

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Montreal workers dress down to protest pension bill

Municipal workers in Montreal and across the province are adding some extra flair to their normal work clothes to show their opposition to the provincial government's pension bill.

On Friday, Montreal bus drivers were spotted wearing everything from straw hats to beach shorts.

Police officers were among those who led the movement, trading their regular slacks for jeans and camouflage pants. Blue collar and white collar workers are expected to join in starting next week.

The union coalition — Coalition syndicale pour la libre négociation — brought a birthday cake to the protest, as a tongue-in-cheek reference to Mayor Denis Coderre's birthday, which was Friday....

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/montreal-workers-dress-down-to-pr...

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Quebec Games targeted by anti-pension reform protest

Municipal workers upset about proposed pension reforms took their protest to the opening of the Quebec Games in Longueuil Friday night.

The protest outside the Jean-Béliveau Coliseum in Longueuil was organized by a coalition representing thousands of unionized municipal workers from across Quebec.

Launched in 1970, the Quebec Games are held every two years and bring together young athletes from across the province.

Friday’s festive demonstration represented a shift in protest tactics away from an earlier focus on Montreal City Hall in favour of building public support.....

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/quebec-games-targeted-by-anti-pen...

lagatta

Samares school board, in northern Lanaudière (north-east of Montréal) includes several of the most disadvantaged schools in Québec, and is having to cut food aid to pupils, and other measures to help vulnerable children:

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/education/201409/14/01-4800167-compres...

Unionist

Over 82,000 students were on strike yesterday, and this massive "illegal" march was organized by students and workers:

[url=http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/montreal-austerity-march-draws-th... of thousands demonstrate on Hallowe'en against Liberal government austerity[/url]

Unionist

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Good on them. I only heard brief coverage of this. F*ck austerity measures.

lagatta

Yes, my friends all tell me it was great. I couldn't go as I got called at the last minute for a job (on Saturday) and had to read up about highly technical stuff. Such is the life of freelancers, alas...

For people outside Québec, the photo represents PM Couillard and two other powerful cabinet ministers. All three are MDs, so the doctors as butchers trope is too much fun to pass up.

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Not to mention MDs highly suspected of advancing privatization of universal healthcare I suspect.

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I recognized the Barrette caricature - is the other one Yves Bolduc then? 

Big energetic crowd in Sherbrooke, too, though we can't match Montral numbers. 

Unionist

Today was amazing:

[url=http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/tens-of-thousands-in-montreal-que... of thousands in Montreal, Quebec City protest austerity[/url]

lagatta

Yes, it was magnificent. I ran into a few people I knew, such as Sibel in the video here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OTC8w2ImdY#t=16  but the crowd was so large that I didn't find the contingent I was going to march in (tenants' and housing associations). At first I was in the midst of a group of "big guys" from an FTQ blue-collar union, all of whom were well over a head taller than I am. They were in fine spirits. It was a beautiful day too; sunny and not very cold.

I was hoping to meet up with some friends and have tea at some nearby café in Chinatown, but this proved impossible. I wandered down there anyway, bought a few groceries and took the 55 bus north back home... Lots of other demonstrators on the bus.

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..more pics on the page

Plus de 125 000 de personnes ont scandé haut et fort qu'elles refusaient net les mesures d'austérité du gouvernement Couillard lors de la gigantesque manifestation organisée par des groupes de la société civile, des associations étudiantes et des organisations syndicales.

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.881811868530045.1073742001.152...

 

lagatta

Several of these pieces show an extremely limited understanding of the role of the national question in the Québec social movement's vitality and capacity for mobilisation. Yes, of course the bourgeois PQ "co-opts" this vitality, but Québec is scarcely the only oppressed nation where that is the case. It is odd to have remembered the anglo-Caribbean contestation at what has become Concordia, but not to mention the 1972 Front commun, where highways were cut off and radio stations occupied by the striking workers.

Edited to add: a chronique by Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois: https://ricochet.media/fr/233/et-maintenant

Another story on the demos with several photos, including two showing Idle No More Québec leader Mélissa Mollen Dupuis in the front ranks.

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..thanks lagatta for your feedback on the christoff piece. i remember reading, way back when, in detail about the 72 general strike and it was very impressive. workers news began to be broadcast on those occupied radio stations and shop owners were cautioned not to take advantage of the situation by raising prices behind blocked roads. i've replaced the piece with a pic of the strike.

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 ..i've replaced the piece i had posted.
1972: The Quebec general strike

The story of one of the largest working class rebellions in American history. 300,000 workers participated in North America's largest general strike to that date, radio stations were seized, factories were occupied, and entire towns were brought under workers' control, and it won important gains

Rokossovsky

Very curious about the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec is a pension fund controlled by the Government of Quebec, according to its governing constitution. It happens that it is the parent company too Ivanhoe-Cambridge, which is the chief investor in a wonky P3 real estate development deal where Metrolinx, the Ontario government public transit corporation.

Union Station getting new GO bus terminal, office tower development

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Metrolinx says a $2 billion, 48-storey office tower and new GO bus terminal are being built south of Union Station on a lot that's currently an open air parking lot.

Metrolinx and real estate developer Ivanhoé Cambridge announced unveiled the proposed development for 45 Bay Street on Tuesday morning.

It occurs to me that little is being said about how government is using its substantial influence over the directors of these arms-length investment funds, to used the funds to pursue public policy, and in so doing risking the members money on risky P3 schemes, based on optimistic business proposals.

In this deal prime downtown real estate is essentially given away to the Quebec government backed pension fund, for services in kind, and a 99 year lease for Metrolinx office space.

Is anyone talking about the undue influence that the government has over pension plan funds to execute these privatization schemes?

It may be that the new Ontario Liberal government, and its Quebec counterpart are co-operating on more levels than it appears on the surface. At the back end of many of these "privatization" deals, the pension plan funds seem to be being used as a slush fund to execute public policy, in this case transit expansion.

More on Kathleen Wynne's Conservative privatization agenda here: Privatization A-Go-Go

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The Red Hand Coalition and the fight against austerity in Quebec

On this week's episode of Talking Radical Radio, I talk with Joël Pedneault of  the Red Hand Coalition, one of the main province-wide formations opposing austerity measures in Quebec, about the trajectory of resistance to those measures in recent years -- from before and through the student strike that brought down a government, to the lull in the year that followed, and into the resurgence that has just begun as a new Liberal government seeks once again to impose austerity on the province.

http://rabble.ca/podcasts/shows/talking-radical-radio/2014/12/red-hand-c...

lagatta

A small victory! The ConLibs are no longer cutting funding to "popular science" (scientific divulgation) media, and especially have backed down on funding to Les Débrouillards (the "resourceful") This started out with "Les Petits Débrouillards", comics, books and magazines to get kids interested in science and scientific careers.

It was very impressive, and gave an equal importance and space to girls, 30 years ago. Jacques Goldstyn's band of budding scientists were charming and very well-defined characters. I think they inspired a lot of young people here to get involved in science, in various ways and careets.

lagatta

A Spotted page about austerity and its human impact: http://ruemasson.com/2014/12/10/creation-dune-page-anti-austerite-dans-r...

http://ruemasson.com/2014/12/10/lettre-dune-mere-pauvre/

Rue Masson is a microlocal web-based publication centred on "Le Vieux Rosemont" (the neigbhourhood around rue Masson, south and east of where I live). But as the subject mentions bibliothèque Marc-Favreau, I suspect that she lives in my part of the RPP borough, Petite-Patrie. She was not looking for personal assistance but of course that was the outcome.

She was trying to convey that this is happening to more and more people, with fewer resources to alleviate needs. And speak for those less educated and articulate. I put this in "Québec" because it is a response to the current government's austerity drive, but of course it could go under other headings, and of course babblers from anywhere on the planet are welcome to have their say on the issue.

lagatta
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"Je pense aux cris heureux de mes voisins et à la statue magnifique d’un bonhomme de neige qui règne sur ma rue. Je pense à tous les forts que mes descendants vont bâtir et à toutes les luttes que nous mènerons encore, et je m’incline devant la beauté de mon Québec enneigé, qui s’apprête à rebâtir ce que la grande nuit libérale aura démoli."

[url=https://ricochet.media/fr/262/la-fable-du-bonhomme-de-neige]La fable du bonhomme de neige[/url]

A really beautiful winter open letter from Yannick Marcoux to the "ephemeral executioner" Philippe Couillard. 

Unionist

ASSÉ (the main driver of the student strike) is calling for a big national demonstration against austerity for April 2 in Montréal:

[url=http://www.ledevoir.com/societe/actualites-en-societe/430970/etudiants-l... Devoir article (en français)[/url]

I see things happening in Manitoba. We need this movement going everywhere.

 

Unionist

1,000 participants from trade union, community, and student organizations are expected Thursday at the Québec City convention centre in response to the call of the "Refusons l'austérité" collective, to map out a programme of action against the Liberal government.

[url=http://www.ledevoir.com/politique/quebec/431260/le-collectif-refusons-l-... collectif Refusons l'austérité veut faire plier Couillard[/url]

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Week of austerity protests begins with downtown demo

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“Our message this week is that we will fight back. We won’t let these services be demolished.”

Laflamme condemned the cuts, explaining the coalition’s position that the government should instead get money from big business. She cited examples: capital gains taxes on financial institutions were abolished in 2011 and should be re-established; tax rates on large corporations should be reviewed; and the cost of medication could be better controlled.

The coalition has launched an initiative called “$10 billion of solutions,” with a web page listing 19 fiscal alternatives to finance public services and social programs.

Manon Massé, Quebec Solidaire MNA for Ste. Marie-St. Jacques, was on-hand to show her support. She agreed that money should not be saved at the expense of social services. Massé was part of group who met with Finance Minister Carlos J. Leitão on Friday to propose alternatives to austerity measures.

“I think it’s very important that people come out and be heard,” she said. “What we’re starting this week is a way to say to the government that we understand what is happening. We know the government can make other decisions than the ones it is making.”

Austerity is a women’s issue, said Alexa Conradi of the Fédération des femmes du Québec, pointing to the disproportionate number of women employed in health, social and cultural services.....

http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/week-of-austerity-protests-be...

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Where's the protest against the racists? We protested against this lesbian doctrine. Why aren't you protesting for "Blackface"? NO SCARF's!

 

I had an answer when guys ignored the hijab woman. Powerful stuff. Don't think it doesn't work. Doesn't mean it's right. But might is right and guys agree it calms us down.

 

So what is it?

 

Go ahead and knock me, deep within you know animal magnetism. I'm a sucker for a short skirt and low-cut top. Raise your hand if you're not?

 

What if everyone was covered up? We'd have to get to know people...Yikes...

Unionist

Next big anti-austerity protest is April 2, besides all the "surprise" actions reported by epaulo.

lagatta

Hope the weather is better by then. I've had bronchitis, and have to avoid being out in the cold for long periods.

We have to do something about Hydro-Québec.

Unionist

Actually, we will officially know tomorrow whether this has been the coldest February on record for Montréal. Right now it's sitting at 6.1 degrees below the average. And yes about Hydro.

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Coldest Montreal February in 150 years.

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Students in Quebec Are Planning One of the Largest Strikes in Canadian History

Three years after staging the largest student protest in Canadian history, students in Quebec are gearing up for another one. Various media outlets may have threatened the same thing last year, and the year before, but the protests planned for the upcoming weeks are larger in scale than anything the province has seen since 2012.

As of writing, 24 student organizations in Quebec, representing over 30,000 students at six university and CÉGEP campuses, have voted to strike as part of a protest against the Liberal government's austerity measures. Student organizations representing another 110,000 students are scheduled to carry out strike votes. The first accompanying protests will be held on March 21 and carry on until May 1, at which point organizers are hoping for a "social strike" that will incorporate support from unions, other left-wing organizations, and the public at large....

http://www.vice.com/read/maple-spring-part-deux-quebec-students-know-how...

lagatta

Thousands in the streets in Montréal today against austerity, in melting snow (snain?)

http://ici.radio-canada.ca/regions/Montreal/2015/03/21/003-manifestation... (with a nice video)

Nothing at CBC so far...

Unionist

Quote:
"Organizers were hoping for a big crowd... and a big crowd, they got!"

[url=http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/students-protest-in-montreal-... thousand students protesters gathered in downtown Montreal on Saturday afternoon to voice their displeasure with government austerity measures.[/url]

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“Today, we’re proud to launch a raucous spring,” said Fannie Poirier, spokesperson for the Spring 2015 protest committee. “Austerity measures have been presented as the lesser of evils to confront a deficient economy. But what we’re seeing … is a massive impoverishment of the population, full-frontal attacks on working conditions and a loss of security for society’s most vulnerable people.”

The official spokesperson for student group ASSÉ, Camille Godbout, said more than 50,000 students will officially be on strike as of next Monday to protest against the provincial government’s austerity plan, which has drawn the ire of major unions, community groups and various other stakeholders since it was announced last year.

Good article, great video. It's pretty clear who is leading the anti-austerity movement. Workers, pay attention.

 

lagatta

There were the usual Gazette rightwingers shitting on anything that moves in the comments section, but this time there were also a couple of people challenging them.

 

 

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