Out-of-Province Student Responsible for Attack Unaware of Own Strength
In what is being called one of the largest political coups of all time, the Parti Québécois has officially been brought to its knees and dismantled by a crusading out-of-province anglophone student.
Montreal police arrested one protester and detained another 15 under municipal bylaw P-6 at a protest in Dorchester Square yesterday.
Aliens Have Been Teasing Us with Thousands of Appearances Per Year
The increase in UFO sightings in Canada—which counted 1,180 just last year—is a message from above confirming what Claude Vorilhon, also known as Rael, has been trying to tell people all along: “We are living in the age of the Apocalypse.”
Outgoing CSU VP Finance Mark Car to Realize Dreams of Street Racing
Many of us were surprised last year to have elected a car to be the Concordia Student Union’s VP Finance. But as President Patricia All Wheeler put it, “It really shows the tolerance and open-mindedness we have here at Concordia. After all, nobody’s got a better machine-like work ethic than a machine itself.”
Stingers Come Up Short in Sports Game
It was another tough loss for the Stingers sports team as they fell a lot to not a lot in this past weekend’s sports game against the cross-town rival Buzz Killers.
Craigslist’s Casual Encounters Section and the World of Anonymous Sex
With colourful ad titles ranging from “[Young] and Full of Cum?” to “Your Sweaty Hole Licked Clean,” coupled with an overwhelming number of dick pics, the section can be somewhat jarring to newcomers.
Why The Sexist Concept Needs to Be Eradicated from our Dating Discourse
Men who use this childish term seem to think that women owe them something, that friendship is just a regrettable stepping-stone to an inevitable romp in the hay.
Why Are the Skilled Trades Closed Off to Women?
It seems that as far as in-demand jobs go, it’s a man’s world. On employment sites, opportunities abound in traditionally masculine domains like auto mechanics, electrical work and plumbing.
Instagramming Major Changes To Connect and Communicate
“Salut, aujourd’hui on fait la sixième injection,” Étienne says, pointing to a vial of testosterone, an alcohol swab and a sterile needle.
Quebec’s Lack of Formal Sex Ed Leaves Students at Risk
In 2005, the Quebec government made the decision to cut sexual education from its mandatory curriculum, making it the only province without some kind of formal sexual education in their school system. Nearly a decade later, young people in the province seem to be paying the price.