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Students, what do you think of the Quebec tuition protests?

Students hold flags during a march to protest against tuition hikes in downtown Montreal, Quebec April 28, 2012.

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Update: Thanks for all the submissions. We featured some of your opinions in Saturday's newspaper.

After weeks of demonstrations, many Quebec students refuse to accept the Charest government's tuition fee hikes.

Are the protesters right? If you're a student, we want to hear from you. Fill out the form below to share your voice and a Globe and Mail reporter may contact you to follow up. You may be featured in our Quebec protest coverage.

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