From Orangutan: Photos of Montreal lawyers marching against Law 78,

On Monday evening in Montreal, hundreds of lawyers donned their professional black robes and took to the streets on a silent march to protest Law 78 (also known as the “loi spéciale”), the legislation that the Jean Charest government recently passed in an attempt to put a stop to the Quebec student movement towards accessible post-secondary ...

From Orangutan: Photos of Montreal lawyers marching against Law 78,

On Monday evening in Montreal, hundreds of lawyers donned their professional black robes and took to the streets on a silent march to protest Law 78 (also known as the “loi spéciale”), the legislation that the Jean Charest government recently passed in an attempt to put a stop to the Quebec student movement towards accessible post-secondary ...

From Orangutan: Photos of Montreal lawyers marching against Law 78,

On Monday evening in Montreal, hundreds of lawyers donned their professional black robes and took to the streets on a silent march to protest Law 78 (also known as the “loi spéciale”), the legislation that the Jean Charest government recently passed in an attempt to put a stop to the Quebec student movement towards accessible post-secondary ...

From Orangutan: Separated at Birth: Michelle Courchesne and Carol Burnett

Here’s some lighthearted fun for the day on which talks resume between the Quebec Minister of Education, Michelle Courchesne, and Quebec student leaders.

From Orangutan: Separated at Birth: Michelle Courchesne and Carol Burnett

Here’s some lighthearted fun for the day on which talks resume between the Quebec Minister of Education, Michelle Courchesne, and Quebec student leaders.

From Orangutan: Separated at Birth: Michelle Courchesne and Carol Burnett

Here’s some lighthearted fun for the day on which talks resume between the Quebec Minister of Education, Michelle Courchesne, and Quebec student leaders.

From Orangutan: Please Sign the Document to Invalidate Bill 78,

On May 17, the Quebec Liberal government of Jean Charest filed Bill 78 in the National Assembly, ostensibly as an act to enable students to receive the education provided by the post secondary institutions they attend. Bill 78, however, calls into question much more. Quebec students have contested, for more than a year, the government’s ...

From Orangutan: Please Sign the Document to Invalidate Bill 78,

On May 17, the Quebec Liberal government of Jean Charest filed Bill 78 in the National Assembly, ostensibly as an act to enable students to receive the education provided by the post secondary institutions they attend. Bill 78, however, calls into question much more. Quebec students have contested, for more than a year, the government’s ...

From Orangutan: Please Sign the Document to Invalidate Bill 78,

On May 17, the Quebec Liberal government of Jean Charest filed Bill 78 in the National Assembly, ostensibly as an act to enable students to receive the education provided by the post secondary institutions they attend. Bill 78, however, calls into question much more. Quebec students have contested, for more than a year, the government’s ...

From Orangutan: Good riddance, Line Beauchamp,

Thank you for resigning from your position as Quebec Education Minister and giving up politics Monday. Your decision makes the Quebec government just a little bit less corrupt, and, perhaps, just a little bit less incompetent. Best of luck to your replacement, Michelle Courchesne, herself a former Quebec Education Minister, from 2007 to 2010. And to ...

From Orangutan: Good riddance, Line Beauchamp,

Thank you for resigning from your position as Quebec Education Minister and giving up politics Monday. Your decision makes the Quebec government just a little bit less corrupt, and, perhaps, just a little bit less incompetent. Best of luck to your replacement, Michelle Courchesne, herself a former Quebec Education Minister, from 2007 to 2010. And to ...

From Orangutan: Good riddance, Line Beauchamp,

Thank you for resigning from your position as Quebec Education Minister and giving up politics Monday. Your decision makes the Quebec government just a little bit less corrupt, and, perhaps, just a little bit less incompetent. Best of luck to your replacement, Michelle Courchesne, herself a former Quebec Education Minister, from 2007 to 2010. And to ...