Despite being the minister in charge of the Parti Québécois’s proposed Charter of Quebec Values, Bernard Drainville sure seems scared of defending it.
I’m Emily Campbell, I study broadcast journalism and political science at Concordia University and I am the chair of the board of directors of Community University Television in Montreal.
Suck it Up, Sriracha Haters
Thought you had enough reasons to hate Californians? Well, hold onto your hot sauce.
On the SPVM’s Victim Blaming and Unwillingness to Investigate Crimes
At 7:15 a.m. on Nov. 10, a friend of mine was a victim of multiple injustices at the hands of not just thieves, but shortly after, by the SPVM.
Community Media Must Remain a Voice for the Voiceless
As the former news director at CUTV, I am disheartened and upset by the recent shift in focus and policy at the TV station.
‘Mo Brother, Where Art Thou?
I’m a guy who generally cares, and I try to be involved in different important causes.
Centre for Gender Advocacy Lawsuit Brings Much Needed Changes to Civil Code
The Centre is preparing to file a lawsuit in conjunction with the Clinique Juridique Juripop against the provincial government in the hopes of invalidating Article 71 of the Quebec Civil Code.
Do-Nothing Rhetoric on Sexual Assault Helps No One—But Take Back the Night Does
On an October night in 1975, Philadelphia microbiologist Susan Alexander Speeth was stabbed by a stranger only a block from her home.
Climate Change “Rebel” Won’t Save Us from Global Warming
On Nov. 11, Concordia’s Centre for Sustainable Enterprise welcomed Harvard professor Michael C. Jensen, and it looked like I had found one of a rare breed of moneymen who might not be part of the problem, but part of the solution.
The Bell Tolls 57 Times for Thee
Here’s the thing about doorbells: They exist to grab your attention.
National Student Press Conference No Place for Hateful Remarks
I’m not opposed to hearing opinions I disagree with, or listening to different takes on the state of the Canadian media, but there is a big difference between a divergent opinion and hate speech.