• Award-Winning Band Denounces Charest Government Project

    CerAmony Rejects Plan Nord, Releases New Album

    The Juno Award-winning musical duo CerAmony launched their eponymous first album on Nov. 10 at the Théâtre Plaza in Montreal.

  • Montreal Remembers

    Large Attendance at Memorial Day Service in Montreal West

    Posters on lamp posts along Westminster Ave. in Montreal West ask, “How will you remember?”

  • McGill Students Barred From Admin Building

    Tensions Remain Day After Tuition Hike Clashes

    In response to yesterday’s scuffle between students and Montreal police, several McGill graduate students and professors decided to bring a letter of demands to members of the administration, but were not allowed to enter the James Administration Building.

  • Mayhem at McGill

    Building Occupation Ends in Violence for Those Outside

    While the Nov. 10 Day of Action march wound its way through Montreal’s downtown, action of a different sort was developing on the McGill University campus.

  • Occupy Dawson

    Student Strike Recognized by Admin

    After less than four hours of occupying the Academic Dean’s office, students of Dawson College got the school to officially recognize the Nov. 10 province-wide student strike day. “Students are very excited,” said Dawson Student Union chairperson, Audrey DeVeault.

  • Oceans in ‘11

    Is Canada Doing Enough to Defend its Oceans?

    We may take pride in the landscape that surrounds us, but Canadian waters may conceal some unpleasant truths.

  • Olive Harvest Celebration at ConU

    Amnesty International Brings Plight of Farmers to Montreal

    The annual Palestinian olive harvest was celebrated at Concordia last Sunday to highlight the struggles of olive farmers in the occupied Palestinian territories.

  • Currently Concordia Kicks Off

    A new radio show on CJLO is hoping to hit home with Concordia students.

  • Organizing an Occupation

    The Nuts and Bolts of Victoria Square’s Protest City

    At first glance, Occupy Montreal is a ramshackle series of tents, people and supplies. Chaotically spread out in Victoria Square, the center of Montreal’s financial district, it appears to have no rhyme or reason.

  • Call Me Ismail

    New CSU CEO Already Prepping for Elections

    Confusion over the hiring, and firing, of the Concordia Student Union Chief Electoral Officer last week overshadowed the position’s immediate responsibility—organizing the byelection taking place in three weeks.