Centre for Gender Advocacy’s Event Series Seeks to Empower and Inspire
Orientation Week may be over, but Concordia’s Centre for Gender Advocacy is holding a series of events to empower and educate new students and members of the Montreal community alike.
The deals may not be ideal, but the leaders of Concordia’s library support staff and technicians unions say their respective new labour contracts are acceptable given the situation at Concordia.
Marc Ellison Devotes Time and Compassion to Discovering Personal Stories from the Developing World
Marc Ellison takes his reporting seriously.
Demos in 17 Cities Condemn Government Cuts to Research
On Sept. 16, a protest was held at noon in front of the Guy-Favreau Complex under the banner “Stand Up for Science.”
StreetSuds Looks to Help People Struggling with Mental Illness, Homelessness and Addiction
Located in a former garage off Parthenais St. and Ontario St., La Buanderue, or StreetSuds, is the only industrial laundry service in the city with a social mission.
Bite Me! Food Workshop Series Begins at Concordia
The Concordia Food Coalition’s week of workshops and events about food politics—dubbed Bite Me!—kicked off on Monday with a tour of the People’s Potato, a collectively-run soup kitchen that offers free meals every weekday on the seventh floor of the Hall Building.
Initiative Wants University to Stop Investing in Fossil Fuels
According to Anthony Garoufalis-Auger, one of the organizers of Concordia’s divestment campaign, there are some inconsistencies between the university’s branding and its actions.
Campus Bar Renovations Begin October 18
If you were hoping on unwinding after school this fall with some drinks at Concordia’s campus bar, you’ll need to rethink that plan.
Thousands Protest Proposed Ban on Religious Symbols
Thousands of protesters took to the streets of downtown Montreal on Saturday to denounce the provincial government’s proposed Charter of Quebec Values.
Unions to Ratify Accords After Four Years Without Contracts
Following 51 months without contracts…