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24 On May 18, 2012, Bill 78 passed in the National Assembly of Quebec during the early hours of the morning and the municipality of Montreal passed a law prohibiting mask-wearing during any organization or demonstration.The Globe and Mail.Archived from the original on May 20, 2012.Documents used in court against the city describe people suffering hypothermia and hypoglycemia."March stretched more than 50 city blocks at its peak".A b Amy Goodman (May 25, 2012)."Bill 78 Quebec Employers Council President offers comments"."Quebec student talks collapse and more protests loom".Also the 500 citizens were not permitted to use bathrooms for up to 8 hours, the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal would ask people to urinate at the back of the buses because they said the number of officers was insufficient.Elizabeth II 2012,.14 Elizabeth II 2012, III.16 Elizabeth II (2012).
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20 Upon the arrival of Sûreté du Québec police officers, the protestors fled through the streets of Brossard to coaches waiting for them at Terminus Panama.
22 Two protesters were very seriously injured.
Overall, tuition increased an average of 37 per year or 32012, not including other fees that are paid to universities (e.g.Retrieved May 28, 2012.The nightly protest being held tornei poker bruxelles in downtown Montreal ended in violence and 69 arrests.21 In April and early May, 185,000 Quebec students went on strike, with an additional 90,000 students threatening to strike.5, left-wing groups endorsed the student protests, which evolved into generalized demonstrations against the provincial government."David Santerre, Pont Champlain bloqué : plusieurs étudiants arrêtés".6, on May 18, the Government passed.37 A giant red square was briefly suspended from the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and the Mount Royal Cross by students from the Université de Montréal during a protest.Sidhartha Banerjee (June 12, 2012).11 These protests are sometimes named Maple Spring, 12 from the French : Printemps érable which alludes to French : Printemps arabe ( Arab spring ) as well as the maple tree which symbolizes Quebec and Canada.23 On May 14, 2012 Line Beauchamp announced that she would resign from her position as Quebec Education Minister and Deputy Premier.