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Canadian students resume protests
Rally staged in Montreal against tuition-fee increases as unions focus on country's next parliamentary election.
Last Modified: 23 Aug 2012 08:32

Thousands of university students in the Canadian city of Montreal have marched against planned tuition-fee increases.

Student unions voted against boycotting classes as a form of protest earlier this week, and many are now focusing their attention on the country's next parliamentary election, set to take place on September 4 in Quebec.

Daniel Lak reports from Wednesday's demonstration in Montreal.

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