Three Protesters Injured by Unauthorized Use of Firearm During a 2012 Student Protest in Victoriaville
Sûreté du Québec officer was recently suspended for 35 days without pay due to the use of rubber bullets shot into a crowd during a Victoriaville protest in 2012.
909 Voters Turn Out for 2018 Elections
Through their implementation of online voting, the Commerce and Administration Students’ Association has succeeded in increasing engagement rates for their most recent elections in February.
Wait Times Decreased, Access to Online Sessions
After seeing a 57 per cent increase in the number of students requesting mental health services over the past few years, McGill has finally decided to revamp their counselling and psychological services.
Upcoming Elections to Take Full Advantage of New System
After discussing the initiative last year, and proactively implementing the voting system in a limited capacity, the Commerce and Administration Students’ Association will be receiving votes via MyConcordia this year.
A Sex Ed(itorial) Column
Women, who exceed what some consider the appropriate number of previous partners, may face harsh judgment, name-calling, and other blows to self-esteem that are virtually never warranted.
Recently, getting through the border has become a challenge, particularly for people of colour.
UBI would provide each individual citizen an unconditional income on a regular basis.