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Montréal, Québec, Canada
This sticker shows the text P.6 overlaid with the universal no symbol. In Montreal, P.6 is a law that was "modified in 2012 to restrict the definition of what constitutes a legal protest and impose fines of up to $650 on anyone caught participating in a demonstration not previously approved by police. Under the bylaw, a protest is considered an illegal assembly if organizers donï¿½t submit a parade route to police at least 24 hours before the march." P.6 was modified as a reaction to student protests in 2012, which were opposed to tuition increases.
Courtesy of the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery.
Subjectstudent movements; protest movements; student protesters; education, higher; universities & colleges; tuition -- law and legislation; demonstrations; universal no symbol; symbols
Montreal Anarchist Book Fair
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Council of Independent Colleges provided funding support for this project.
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