The heavily bureaucratic process involved in legally changing one’s gender is a daunting task.
STM Policy Fails to Protect Clients with Limited Mobility, Advocacy Group Says
Accessibilize Montreal campaigners questioned STM board members on whether the transport society had a corporate policy of ableism at an open board meeting on Wednesday night.
Nearly a year and a half after Concordia’s Sexual Assault Resource Centre was finally established on campus, it’s lacking resources of its own.
FEUQ Voices Opposition to Increasing French Students’ Tuition
Since 1978, an agreement between France and Quebec meant that French students pay the same tuition fees as Quebecers, as do Quebec students studying in France. However, the Couillard government has decided to renegotiate the agreement—Christine St-Pierre, the minister of international relations and La Francophonie, announced the new criteria on Feb. 12.
Why Was a Widely-Discredited Academic Invited to Speak at Concordia?
Flanagan is no stranger to controversy. In 2010, he advocated for the assassination of Julian Assange. In 2013 he was removed from his teaching post and fired as commentator for the CBC and The Globe and Mail, after comments he made regarding child pornography went viral.
Why We Should Contest the SPVM’s Prioritized Crackdown of Cross-Walkers
The traffic light count-downer, along with an authoritative palm, informs you that you have five seconds to complete your traversal. As you make it across the road just as the time expires, the law apprehends you.
The Night an STM Bus Driver Held Me Captive
Well, tonight I called the cops on a bus driver. Yes. The driver of the 105, bus number 22-288, departing from Concordia’s Loyola campus, held me captive on his bus at my stop.
Preventative Hotline is a Shallow Solution to a Deeper Problem
Montreal’s municipal authority has taken it upon itself to stop radicalization in its tracks, but will Mayor Denis Coderre’s radicalization “prevention centre” be able to serve its intended purpose?
Why It’s A Counterproductive Strategy Against Austerity
‘Tis the season for student strikes. Whether students are driven by a “Je me souviens” nostalgia for the Maple Spring that is innate to their Québécois identities or the government’s austerity policies are weighing on their fabricated economic authority, the time has come for student associations to support or oppose a strike against austerity.
The Link and The Concordian Denounce Actions at SoPhiA GA
Yesterday evening, two journalists from the student press were called out for doing their job.
Living With and Leaving Behind a Narcissistic Parent
If the expression “you’re only as sick as your secrets” could be applied to one category of people, it would most definitely be family. Since the breakdown of the classic nuclear family circa 1950s white suburbia, the meaning of that word has changed.