What Montrealers Are Doing to Improve and Cheat a Flawed System
In Montreal, food waste accounts for an average of 27 per cent of garbage thrown out by residents.
A Look Into Why the Far-Right is Gaining Stream
Far-right groups in Quebec have become more prominent, with social movements and protests becoming more common place in Montreal and Quebec City.
Two Full Slates Running for the Student Association’s Top Spots
Voting for the Arts and Sciences Federation of Associations’ elections begins March 27 and runs until the 29. ASFA represents about 20,000 students within Concordia’s Arts and Science programs. This year, ASFA is attempting to restructure their executive positions through referendum. All but two positions are contested. Quorum for the election is 370.
Twenty-Five Students Running for Eight Spots
From Tuesday to Thursday, Concordia’s more than 35,000 undergraduate students will be asked to vote in the Concordia Student Union’s annual election. This year, three full slates and one independent candidate are running for the CSU’s eight executive positions. Quorum for the election is 450 votes.
Student Reached Out To The University For Years But Received No Help
A former Concordia student is filing a complaint against Concordia University with the Quebec Human Rights and Youth Rights Commission for not sufficiently protecting her from sexual harassment she faced from a professor, which she says violates of her right to equality in her education.
Demonstrations Held in Montreal and Other Canadian Cities to Oppose Government Settlement
In a Montreal rally supporting survivors of the Sixties Scoop, impacted attendees shared their stories of being taken from their families at a young age and being moved by the government to a different side of the country.
Lack of Discussion Around Mental Illness Has Worsened the Drug Crisis
We can no longer deny the severity of the opioid crisis.
Demonstrators Show Solidarity Against Fascism and Misogyny in the Philippines
More than a dozen activists gathered in downtown Montreal to denounce the fascist rule of Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte Friday.
Speakers Call Out Systemic Racism, Injustices by Government
The sounds of passionate voices filled the air Tuesday evening in Norman Bethune Square in downtown Montreal. Approximately 100 people gathered with candles and signs in hand, some faces expressing confusion and despair.
Aboriginal Student Resource Centre Connects Students With Indigenous Communities
An initiative that began near Christmas time has been brought to action, as the Aboriginal Student Resource Centre delivered care packages to three shelters on Feb. 9.