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Raphaël Dallaire-Ferland July 7, 2012
In a report published this week, Influence Communication analyzed 396 front pages of Montreal’s four commercial dailies —La Presse, Le Devoir, Le Journal de Montréal and The Gazette.
The period covered extends from February 15, when strike votes first started attracting major media attention, up to June 9, 2012, more than one week after the failure of negotiations between minister Michelle Courchesne and the student leaders.
While the conflict made the front pages of Le Devoir, La Presse and The Gazette in similar proportions (approximately 73.5% of front pages), Le Journal de Montréal gave it less attention, allocating 42% of front-page coverage. Le Devoir had the highest ratio of top headlines (stories given the most space) devoted to the student movement, occupying 43.88% of the total of its front pages.