Are the Quebec college and university students unreasonable?
For over 100 days now the college and university students in Quebec have been boycotting classes to protest an annual tuition increase of about $300 per year for seven years. They've demonstrating and clashing with police almost nightly. These students pay the lowest fees in Canada and are still unhappy. They want to pay nothing, they want if free. There is no such thing as free, and I think they're being very unreasonable and immature. What do you think?
i hate to say this but like everything else in Quebec, it seems they always want more. they have more tax breaks then any other province also . it sucks when the rest of Canada has to pay for one province to live better then everyone else.
Thanks nightwork4. Quebec needs to face and deal with the fact that they're a "have not" province supported by the rest of Canada.
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