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Montreal was the site of multiple demonstrations marking International Women’s Day this weekend, including a march of dozens of women that began at Concordia—pictured below—and a second demonstration of nearly 400 people on March 8 to mark the global day of action.
“I attended because inequality has become apparent in all avenues of our society; as a woman, it is my duty to fight against injustice and violence perpetuated against women,” said Concordia student Katie Nelson, who took part in both the March 7 demonstration and Saturday’s afternoon protest.
“Remaining silent is not an option when faced with the crisis that is gender-specific sexism, rape culture and violence.”
A puddle of melted snow reflects the AD building on Concordia’s Loyola campus.
The sun glares as people skate on the frozen lake at Parc Lafontaine on Saturday, Feb. 22.
Indian dancers wait their turn to perform at Discover Tibet, an event held on Thursday, Feb. 20 at McGil University.
The sun sets in Rigaud, Quebec over a fresh blanket of January snow.