Petition Pays Off for VA Building Location
After five months of firing off letters, emails and a petition to the university administration, the staff at Concordia’s Café X has finally acquired the little grey compost bin they have long been asking for.
As Harper Meets with AFN, Worldwide Day of Action Planned
Tomorrow might be a pivotal day for the grassroots indigenous peoples movement growing across Canada and internationally.
Online Process Will Allow Student Ideas to Be Heard
With about a month left before the long-awaited provincial summit on education takes place in Quebec, the Concordia Student Union is making a move.
MAs Say Missing Information Slowed Process
Arts and Science students are at risk of not having their voices heard at the upcoming summit on education.
Quebec Science and Technology Funding Cut by 30%
University researchers and administrators are rattled by the provincial government’s…
Indigenous Issues, Cooperation, Education Discussed
About 100 people gathered together at the Point-Saint-Charles YMCA in Montreal on Sunday afternoon for what was being billed as a teach-in event in solidarity with the growing Idle No More movement.
Details of Blockage Outside Belleville Kept from Passengers
After three-and-a-half hours without moving, a cavalry of buses had finally arrived for the passengers stuck on trains outside Belleview station Sunday night…
Debate on Quality vs. Accessibility Continues
At the second thematic meeting in the run-up to the summit on higher education, the Quebec university community failed to come to a consensus on the issue of tuition fees.
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.