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Students across Canada are angry about the skyrocketing costs of post-secondary education, but only in Quebec have there been massive protests in recent years. Which groups outside of Quebec have been making attempts to organize students, and why have they had little success? What can these groups learn from the Quebec experience, and how can we can share inspiration and techniques across cultures and languages?

There have been great articles published already about this, for example:

https://ricochet.media/en/235/iamastudent-movement-at-ubc-takes-on-tuition-hikes
https://ricochet.media/en/373/york-strikers-show-the-way-now-lets-build-a-truly-public-university

But I would like to see one that summarizes efforts at schools across the country. Thanks!
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