So... personally I don't engage in public protest but there is something pretty serious going on in my city.
I know enough about it that I can discuss it and it's interesting enough.
Mainly because while it started as a protest of a simple tuition hike, it's developed into a general show of discontentment with corruption in "democracy".
This is a really vague target for a protest and the tactics have been just as unclear.
The main example of this is "les casseroles" which is just people sitting on their stoop or gathering at intersections and banging on pots and pans. It's Montreal so of course this usually develops into some tribal-esque musical situation.
I'm curious how much you guys are hearing about it in other countries and also what you think about public education, police violence or wtv related topic.
pretty good video if you're lucky enough to understand quebec french.