Court Sides With Jaggi Singh on Unjust Arrest
A Quebec superior court judge has ordered two SPVM officers to pay $15,000 to well-known Montreal activist Jaggi Singh, following a nearly seven-year-long civil suit.
Sexual Assault Survivor Still Waiting to Have Her Case Heard at Concordia Tribunal
A Concordia student, who filed a complaint in March against her ex-boyfriend for allegedly assaulting her, could likely wait years before her case is heard by the university’s disciplinary body.
Former CSU President Wants to Bring Consent to the Forefront of Canadian Politics
With five years of experience in student politics, Melissa Kate Wheeler, 25, is ready to make the leap to federal politics, running for the Green Party of Canada in the riding of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Westmount.
A Mohawk Leader Who Dedicated his Life to Community Receives Concordia’s Recognition
It’s probable that Kenneth Deer’s phone rings often. “People ask for advice all the time,” he quips. One phone call last November, however, was not one he thought he would ever receive.
Worldwide Movement Protests Trash Crisis Within Lebanon
Several hundred people gathered at Place Vauquelin in Old Montreal on Sunday, in solidarity with Lebanon’s ongoing “#YouStink” movement.
Working Group Recommends Mandatory and Voluntary Training
Concordia University recommended new policies and procedures specifically for cases of sexual assault, including implementing use of the term “sexual violence” and voluntary training programs for certain groups like first-year residents, in a report released earlier today.
Renovations for Downtown Hub Completed in July
After renovations lasting over a year, Cabot Square, featuring a new Aboriginal-run cafe, reopened in the Shaughnessy Village area of downtown Montreal last month.
Council Approves Budget to Hire a General Manager and Other Expenses, Bar to Transition into a Not-For-Profit
Students should have a newly renovated and redesigned bar and eatery on the downtown campus by late October, according to Concordia Student Union President Terry Wilkings.
Entanglement Rates for Whales Are Much Higher than Commonly Believed
A dense early-morning fog set into St. Andrews’ harbour for a second consecutive day, making it difficult to see the end of the wharf from the shoreline.
Who’s in Charge And What’s Being Done to Change Its Blighted Culture?
The countdown to the annual orientation for first-year students, and the departure from its former “Frosh” moniker, could signal a shift from a hostile and unsafe environment revealed to the local community only last semester.