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The best signs from this weekend’s Rally for Education at Queen’s Park

Over the weekend, thousands of students, parents, teachers and families gathered at Queen’s Park to protest the Ontario government’s plans to cut over 3,000 full-time teaching jobs and increase class sizes. Here’s a look at some of our favourite signs.

But first, the impressive crowd:

This group gets bonus points for their papier-maché skills:

“Don’t make me use my teacher voice” is a serious threat:

This girl busted out her finger paint:

This kid asked the smart questions:

This person opted for a darker take:

There was a lot of sass:

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Did someone say déjà vu?

There were rhymes:

Harry Potter fans came out to play:

About that slogan...:

N.W.A. would be proud of this sign:

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As would Pink Floyd:

These girls summed things up pretty well:

Size does matter:

Here’s another attempt at an innuendo:

This sign took a more whimsical approach:

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This guy definitely didn’t hold back:

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