The St. Lawrence River Ecosystem is Under Threat From Sewage Disposal
After some precursor roadblocks, the City of Montreal plans to follow through with an eight-billion-litre dump of raw sewage into the St. Lawrence River.
Four groups of activists for migrant justice joined forces for a unity march to call for an end to the deportation of migrants and to welcome refugees.
Four years and half a million dollars later, the Mordecai Richler Pavilion on the foot of Mount Royal still hasn’t seen the light of day.
Controversial BDS Posters Appear Downtown — Different Sides Weigh In
Balancing education and sensationalism is something all forms of media struggle with.
With Elections Around the Corner, Candidates Promise Change
This year hasn’t been pretty for the Arts and Science Federation of Associations.
Prime Minister Hopeful Elizabeth May Attended
Approximately 700 protesters took part in a demonstration against the recently approved Line 9b pipeline and fossil fuel consumption on Saturday.
Some Voters Turned Away Due to Misinformation
Some Concordia faculty, staff and students were turned away while trying to vote on campus Friday.
ASSE-Led Anti-Austerity March Get Pushed to the Sidewalk
There was a tense standoff between Montreal police and about 50 protesters on Wednesday, as officers in full riot gear attempted to block the group’s route on a Ste. Catherine St. sidewalk.
Concordia students, faculty and local residents gathered in the CJ building on Monday to hear four federal candidates discuss their parties’ platforms on affordable housing, feminism and youth employment.
On Transformative Justice and Reform to Sexual Assault
The Centre for Gender Advocacy invited Camargo, an international activist and educator, to the Hall Building of Concordia University last Thursday to speak about building transformative justice approaches towards sexual assault.
And Other Concordia Briefs
The highly anticipated reopening of the student bar Reggie’s is expected to happen in five weeks, according to CSU President Terry Wilkings.