Canadian Students have rejected a government offer to reduce the tuition hike

Students protest against the Liberal Governament, Special Law 78 and tuition fee increases on June 4, 2012 in Montreal, Canada. Special Law 78 requires organizers to give police at least eight hours advance warning of times and locations of protest marches, with hefty fines imposed for failing to do so. The measure was passed on May 18 in an effort to quell demonstrations, but so far it has only served to galvanize opposition to the government. Students have rejected a government offer to reduce the tuition hike by Can$35 (US$34) per year, which would bring the total increase to Can$1,533 (US$1,473) over seven years instead of Can$1,778 (US$1,708).

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