The Canadian Press

2012-05-31 | Que Student Protests

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An attempt to find a solution to a four-month-long Quebec student crisis fell apart May 31st at the negotiating table in Quebec City. After four days of negotiation, the Quebec government and student groups announced that their talks had reached an impasse. Education Minister Michelle Courchesne (koor-SHAYN') said the government went as far as it could, but student leaders would not accept tuition hikes. (Student leaders said the Quebec government offered nothing except a 35-dollar reduction in tuition fees, and that it was unwilling to rescind Bill 78, a controversial law that set limits on protests.)

Date: 2012-05-31
Placeline: QUEBEC CITY, Quebec.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 22 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << will you do you say in English it takes two to tango well it takes two to tango and as long as someone still want to freeze those tuition speeds and you don't want to open on that part of the investment that we have to do in the University's well you know >>