Board Looking to Address Several Outstanding Issues
CUTV’s newly elected provisional Board of Directors is rushing to compile…
Concordia, FEUQ Disappointed
The Parti Québécois government announced cuts of $124 million to universities on Dec. 6, leaving administrations scrambling to balance budgets.
Station Still Shaky, But Assembly Gives Some Hope
Roughly 40 people gathered on the seventh floor of the Hall Building last Saturday in an attempt to “legalize the shit out of CUTV.”
Montreal Restaurateurs Rally Against New Marois Budget
The Quebec government’s decision to increase taxes on alcohol for bars and restaurants isn’t sitting well with the local tourism industry.
Students Elect Nine New Reps in Byelections
The results of the Concordia Student Union byelections—held from Nov. 27 to Nov. 29—are in, and will see nine new faces sitting at the table during the CSU’s next regular meeting, scheduled to take place on Dec. 12.
CSU and MHPM Teaming Up to Assess Students’ Needs
On the heels of signing a $97,500 contract, the Concordia Student Union is actively working alongside project management firm MHPM to determine what students want and need in terms of space at this university.
Anti-Colonial Thanksgiving takes on Indigenous Myths and Murders
Justice for indigenous women and deconstructing the myth of Thanksgiving themed the ninth annual Anti-Colonial Thanksgiving on Nov. 28 in downtown Montreal.
United Steelworkers Want to Bring University Back to Negotiation Table
Loyola Campus’ trade workers voted unanimously on Nov 27 in favor of a mandate to use pressure tactics on the university, including a strike if necessary.
ASSE Takes Issue with FEUQ and Quality-Assurance Model Before Education Summit
Friday’s discussion on quality in higher education revealed partitions among Quebec’s student federations…
Concordia University Television held a special general assembly on Dec. 1, electing a provisional Board of Directors and beginning the process of writing new bylaws.