Hundreds Gathered To Show Support For Toronto Demonstrations
Roughly 250 people attended the demonstration that took place at Norman Bethune Park on Tuesday, March 29. It started at 6 p.m. and lasted for two hours.
Newly Elected Candidate May Begin Training 1 Month Early
Anas Bouslikhane, the finance coordinator, submitted a letter to the union’s council, explaining the sudden departure.
Procedure Wasn’t Properly Followed, Question May Be Pulled From Ballot
Arts and Science students might not have a second chance to restructure the student association representing them.
Five Questions on the Ballot Could Affect the Fees You Pay and Whether You Oppose the Construction of a Pipeline
Concordia Student Union general elections begin on March 29 and run until March 31. There are five referendum questions on the ballot that could affect the fees you pay and whether you oppose the construction of a pipeline.
Out of 16 Candidates, 8 Will Be Elected To Fill Next Year’s Executive
Concordia Student Union general elections begins on March 29, and aside from the Loyola Coordinator spot, all executive positions are contested.
Exploring Communities at the Edge of Deindustrialization
Up until the construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway in 1959, the riverbeds of the Lachine Canal were home to a predominantly poorer section of Montreal’s population. The factories that lined the canal were a steady source of employment for the 30,000 residents of the area until the 1950’s. Then the factories closed up shop because ships no longer passed through the canal.
Meet Your CSU Councillor Candidates
Polling for the Concordia Student Union general election begins on Tuesday, March 29 and ends on Thursday, March 31.
Building Your Job
Students from Montreal universities got together to showcase their video games to professional developers at Ubisoft Montreal.
Demo Ends with Alan Shepard Nowhere to be Found
Following the tribunal decision which gave students letters of reprimand for striking in spring 2015, protesters delivered their own letter to Concordia University President Alan Shepard earlier this afternoon.
Concordia International Student Condemns Montreal Housing Conditions
A Concordia international student will be filing a violation this week to Quebec’s Human Rights Commission for discrimination based on ethnic origin and language.