Canadian History is Built on Centuries of Deep-Seated Oppression Towards Indigenous Women
Canada has been dictating Indigenous peoples’ identities throughout its entire history, and still does so today.
Beyond Price Crashes, Forgotten Passwords Could Be the Greatest Danger
The single password to access a sizeable portion of the assets which QuadrigaCX holds for its users was stored in only one place—Cotten’s noggin.
Training Follows Policy for Executives and Councillors
Consent training for all employees of the Arts and Science Federation of Association has been implemented after a council meeting Thursday night.
Men’s Hockey Loses First Line Centre
Concordia’s first line centre Hugo Roy will not be returning to the Stingers next season. After an impressive rookie season with the Stingers, Roy has signed a professional tryout contract with the Milwaukee Admirals of the American Hockey League.
The Men’s Hockey Captain Has Played His Last Game as a Stingers
“Hu-don, Hu-don,” was the chant that filled the Ed Meagher arena after Friday’s game two loss to the Queen’s Golden Gaels. A standing ovation and cheers from the crowd are not the usual reaction to a playoff loss.
Protesters Say More Needs to be Done to Protect Indigenous Women
The names of about 50 Indigenous women and girls, who were either murdered or are missing, was read to the crowd following a moment of silence.
Indian Act Continues to Harm First Nations Women, Petition Launched
When Mary Hannaburg’s mother married a non-Indigenous man, she lost her Indigenous status, her voice, and her land. This was due to laws imposed oh her by the Indian Act—enacted in 1876.
Why Does It Have to Be All or Nothing?
If anything, pressing an ultimatum drives people away.
‘Unwind’ Will Explore Familiar Trajectories Into the Unknown
The Visual Arts Visuels has been exhibiting a lot of pieces living on a wall or mounted on a base—on Monday, Feb. 18, they will host Unwind, a free show that will be a unique night of performance art.
Highs and Lows of Season for Men’s Hockey Rolled Into One Game
“We should have kept our foot on the gas and kept going. It’s easy to say now buy it’s pretty tough,” said Stingers defenceman Carl Neill.
Quebec Privacy Laws Require Complainants Stay in the Dark
A look into Quebec’s privacy laws shows a lack of transparency is par for the course for any student making a complaint against a professor.