Charest invokes 'special law' to suspend semesters in Quebec's boycotted schools

Quebec premier Jean Charest announced a law on Wednesday night to suspend classes 11 universities and 14 CEGEPS across the province currently affected by student boycotts.

CTV reports:

In a bid to end a 14-week conflict with students, Charest stood alongside Education Minister Michelle Courchesne as he announced that the school’s impacted by student boycotts would be closed until August. Students would be able to finish their winter semesters by September.