Montreal Police and Bank Investigating
Several cases of fraud have been reported on three separate credit cards belonging to the Concordia Student Broadcasting Corporation…
Association Needs Quarter of its Students at Ballots
The Engineering and Computer Science Association is hoping to amass 900 signatures over the next few weeks in order to legally accredit the student organization with the Ministry of Education.
Climate Justice Montreal Hosts Pipeline Panel at ConU
With universities investing in oil companies, pipeline expansion proposals passing and chemical spills no longer being considered newsworthy enough for local papers, someone had to say something.
Partnership Offers Financial Backing to Local Start-Ups
Local start-ups can expect to receive a boost in both funding and recognition, courtesy of a newfound partnership between the OSMO Foundation and Videotron, announced on Jan. 17.
People’s Social Forum Brings National Movements Together
After a year of marching with the carré rouge pinned to coats, lapels and backpacks, activists are now donning Idle No More’s red feather—joining a slew of movements attempting to work together to overcome shared struggles.
The Concordia Student Union and the Canadian Federation of Students are in the midst of a long and trying breakup—but feelings aren’t mutual.
Duchesne Unable to Deny Further Shrink in Budget
The third of four thematic meetings leading towards next month’s province-wide summit on higher education began on an ambiguous note.
National Day of Action Launches Montreal Idle No More Street Protest
Amidst trains, highways and border crossings across Canada being shut down…
Bouchard’s Youth Summit on Education
The Education Summit promised by the Parti Québécois is only weeks away, so we’re looking back over a decade to see how it’s been done before.
The Otesha Project Offers Direction and Sustainability
When the federal youth volunteer program Katimavik had its funding cut last year, Canada lost its go-to for directionless high school grads.