As Strikes Take Over Quebec, It’s Time Interns’ Work Is Taken Seriously
Being properly paid for your work isn’t radical.
A Reflection on the Differences in Perception of Women and Men’s Anger Expression
I don’t enjoy conflict but I’m also not afraid of confrontation, a trait that women are not socialized to have.
Exploitation Is Not a Vocation!
Our message is clear, we believe that all internships should be classified as work under the law and should be governed under Quebec’s labour law standards. Exploitation is not a vocation!
Fringe Calendar: November 20 to November 27
At-Risk Populations Face the Biggest Climate Change Dangers
Environmental disasters will affect at-risk populations much more.
An International Differently-Abled B-boy Crew Shows the World That There Really are “No Limits” to Dance
ILL-Abilities, an international crew of differently-abled dancers, celebrated their tenth anniversary this weekend.
French Student Associations Warn of Unlimited Strike in the Winter
About 56,000 Quebec students will be going on strike this week to pressure the provincial government to demand remuneration for all internships.
Challenging the Politicization of Black Bodies and Experiences Through Art Exhibited at the VAV
Hyper Real: Black History Exhibition and Event Series is a conglomerate of art pieces that relate a story of Black identity.
Eugene’s Exhibited Artwork Gives Space to the Experience of Fat Black Women in “Hyper Real”
Elizabeth Eugene’s multimedia piece “Allow me to…” opens the viewer to the conversation about what it means to be a fat Black woman.
Series of poems by Isaac Dinotno
They Say Change Will Resolve Deficit Without Charging Students More Money
After Wednesday’s council meeting, the Concordia Student Union will put raising the fees they collect for their clubs and student advocacy centre to referendum. They said the increase will allow the CSU to avoid raising fees for students. Referendum voting dates run through Nov. 27-29.