Students at Vanier College have voted to cancel all regular morning classes on Wednesday.
The students are picketing outside the school to strike against unpaid stages and internships.
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“We’re hoping that together, with all post-secondary institutions, we can push the government to change the legislation around internships for students,” said Vanessa Pellicciotta, Vanier College Students’ Association president.
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Students say the association voted to strike to get others aware and involved in the issue. They also want to be a part of the movement that catches the Quebec government’s attention.
“A lot of students have difficulty managing living alone, going on a stage and taking classes,” said Pellicciotta.
“We think that equal work should deserve equal pay.”
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The association said there is a possibility of more strike days in the future.
Classes will resume Wednesday afternoon.