Concordia Student Runs Against PQ Minister Responsible for the Charter of Values
Provincial politics in Quebec is seemingly seeing a resurgence of interest among youth. As was the case in 2012, a year characterized by months of student protests, quite a few young Quebecers threw their hats into the ring in Monday’s provincial election.
At the Gare d’autocars de Montréal, the city’s central bus station, passengers stream through, hauling luggage, ushering children and pulling out their smartphones to call friends and family in the city.
Time to dust off those old CDs and whip out the Vitamin C—it’s nearly end of the year. Before handing the paper over to a new generation of editors, we voted for our top five favourite videos of the volume. It was a close one!
Redpath Mansion Torn Down After 28 Years of Debate Over Historic Value
Last Monday, Michael Sochaczevski got some good news.
Students are at the core of any educational institution, and if Concordia is going to “intensify,” it needs to continue to work closely with them.
Survey of the Living Conditions of Quebec University Students Deadline Extended to April 25
The Fédération étudiante universitaire du Québec has extended the deadline on its Survey of the Living Conditions of Quebec University Students to April 25 after the Concordia Student Union failed to give its students ample time to complete it.
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