CJLO and CUTV Seek Fee Levy Increases
Students heading to the polls on Tuesday will decide the fate of Concordia’s broadcasting groups’ funding, as both CUTV and CJLO are seeking an increase in their fee levies. Both stations plan on using some of the increased funding to pursue methods of reaching a wider audience.
Montreal’s Occupy Encampment Closed Down
The Occupy Montreal encampment in Square Victoria was torn down on Nov. 25, following an eviction notice from the city four days earlier.
Plans Made to Mark One-Year Anniversary Conservative Majority
Even though Stephen Harper’s Conservatives won a four-year majority in parliament last May, activists haven’t given up in trying to boot him out of office.
Students Voice Anger with Impending Tuition Hikes
In an effort to give the average student a voice, the Concordia University Television has recorded hundreds of personal messages from students who are opposed to tuition hikes. The videos will…
Over 100 Arrested as Tensions Over Resource Heat Up
Hundreds of protesters gathered on Parliament Hill to demand a proposed pipeline between the US and Canada be put to rest once and for all. The event was organized by the Council of Canadians and Greenpeace Canada to draw attention to what they say are the dangerous consequences of the project.
QPIRG Discusses Stephen Harper and Organized Resistance
Stephen Harper was the topic of discussion and subject of ridicule at an event entitled Harper Mutiny, a part of QPIRG’s Disorientation. “I think it was a success. The important thing is that we are having these discussions, and we are including students in the discussion,” said co-organizer Rushdia Mehreen