Full-Time Faculty Fed Up with Negotiation Progress
After 14 months of contract negotiations, Concordia’s full-time professors will begin voting tomorrow on an unlimited strike mandate.
Homestay Students Report More Crooked Dealings With Recruiter
More of Concordia’s Chinese students came forward last week with allegations about bad experiences in homestays and shady dealings with a recruiter employed by the university.
Ministry of Education Fines Concordia Over Payouts
Quebec is punishing Concordia for shelling out over $3.1 million in severance packages to administrators.
The Time They Almost Did a Good Job
I don’t really like the cops in this city. It’s not that I think they’re bad people. Or, as the various crusty, squat-dwelling, dumpster-diving activist types suggest, that they’re a bunch of racist, baby-killing sociopaths in uniform, hell-bent on destroying freedom, sunshine…
Roméo Dallaire discusses international diplomacy at ConU
Canada’s political leaders need to be ready to take decisive action to prevent genocide and crimes against humanity, said Canadian Senator Roméo Dallaire during a speech at Concordia last Thursday.
‘It Was a Question of Seconds:’ Building Owner
A construction worker was killed in a partial building collapse on the corner of de la Visitation Street and Sherbrooke Street on Sept. 27.
A photo essay of the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal
A photo essay on the riders who enjoyed an eventful day of cycling Sunday as they partook in the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal.