On this week’s episode of The Download we review stories from our weekly print edition.
From a demonstration against CBC/Radio Canada budget cuts, Stingers sports recaps, Cyber Feminism and a discussion about childhood sexual exploration and the use of MDMA for treating PTSD.
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CSU Invites Development Organization to Present Student Housing Studies to Council
Finding decent housing as a student is the hardest part about settling into a new city. How much should students be paying? Which areas are best? What are tenant rights in Montreal?
Sustainable Business Entrepreneurs on Why Business Needs to Effect Change
Hope for social and environmental change is in the hands of small private sector businesses, according to one of Rise Kombucha’s founders.
Montreal Hops Aboard the Third Wave Coffee Movement
Coffee has become Canada’s fuel. Every day approximately 65% of adult Canadians consume coffee, according to the Coffee Association of Canada.
In the last 11 years, the Iraq war has resulted in the deaths of approximately 4,500 United States soldiers. In contrast, 6,500 war veterans committed suicide in 2012 alone, amounting to roughly 18 veterans taking their own lives every day of that year. The failure of the US government to appropriately take care of war veterans’ mental health and well-being is resulting in far more casualties for the nation than war itself.
- A Guide to the November CSU By-elections
- Downsized but not Downtrodden
- Hundreds Express Opposition to Shipping Albertan Oil Eastward
- Concerns about the GSA Accreditation Process
- Expressing Concerns about CSU Referendum Questions
- Budget Cuts Affect the Educational Experience