Tens of thousands of demonstrators have filled the streets of Montreal to mark 100 days since protests began against a planned rise in student tuition fees.
People chanted "Our streets!" and carried signs and red banners. There were no reports of arrests.
An emergency bill passed by Quebec's government on Friday was aimed at curbing the protests by requiring marches to follow pre-approved routes.
Rallies since then have turned violent, with 300 arrests on Sunday alone.
Protesters say the law, Bill 78, infringes their democratic right to express themselves. They have pledged to contest it in court.
Quebec has the lowest tuition rates in Canada. The government's proposal would raise them by 80%, in increments of $254 per year (£160) for seven years.
Most of Tuesday's protesters followed a route submitted
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