Roy Green - Saturday May 26 - Seg 3 by TheRoyGreenShow published on 2012-05-27T18:34:37Z 4:05: The Quebec student tuition protest morphes into something much bigger as not only students, but also more members of the general public are joining nightly protests against university tuition increase, the emergency legislation the Charest government passed to put an end to violent protests (court challenge of the law is underway) and the protests have spread outside Montreal to Sherbrooke, Quebec City and other Quebec population centres. What's going on now? Is this also a manifestation of the French-English divide in Quebec? Guest: Sean is a Montreal university student (McGill) from Western Canada. Guest: Sean. He shares his views and thoughts about the student protests and recent developments. 4:20 Last Word to the callers Brent Tyler. Montreal lawyer who has argued cases against the French language primacy laws in Quebec before the Supreme Court of Canada. and more of The LAST WORD To Callers. 4:45: The Facebook IPO issue, as the stock drops 16% from its initial price of $38, to $31.93 on the NASDAQ yesterday. Underwriters made information about expected Facebook performance available only to some influential investors, while others were left holding the bag and in some cases have taken major losses. According to John Berlau, Snr. Fellow for Finance and Access to Capital at the Competitive Enterprise Institute in D.C., there are real issues with IPOs now because of heavy regulation and what he calls the "Cheers IPOs phenomenon." Guest: John Berlau. Snr. Fellow for Finance and Access to Capital. Competitive Enterprise Institute. Washington, D.C.