ASFA Is at the Centre of a Quebec’s Human Rights Commission Complaint, Again
We hope to see ASFA’s actions reflect a desire to learn from the allegations against Jonathan Roy, and we expect a concise plan of action following the accusations against ASFA.
Stingers Women’s Rugby Team Comes Together to Win Kelly-Anne Drummond Cup
“Character,” said head coach Jocelyn Barrieau when asked about the key to her team’s success in Sunday’s Kelly-Anne Drummond Cup. The match pit Concordia’s women’s rugby team against cross-town rivals McGill.
Claims the Association Failed to Take Action on Sexual Harassment by Former President
A complaint against the Arts and Science Federation of Associations is being sent to the Quebec Human Rights Commission over an alleged lack of aid to former student Harris Turpin who said he faced sexual harassment from then ASFA president Jonathan Roy, who worked as president throughout the last school year.
Stingers Lose 2-1 as Game Finishes Early
Three whistles at the 88th minute signalled the end of game four of the 2018-2019 season for the men’s soccer team.
Over 2000 March for Environmental Issues to Stopped Being Overlooked
In the midst of the provincial election campaign, immigration has become one of the main focal points, leaving many to feel environmental issues have been overlooked.
Spread Out Offense and Half Time Adjustments Bring Comeback Win
The Shaughnessy Cup has been a fixture in the eternal McGill/Concordia rivalry and always adds and extra layer of tension when the trophy is up for grabs. That was the case on Sept. 15 as the Stingers and Redmen met at Percival Molson Stadium for the 50th iteration of the contest.
Stingers Show Positives in 1-0 Loss
The Stingers women’s soccer team came close to equalizing in the last moments of a tight game against the league leading Université de Montréal Carabins.
Hugo Roy and Chase Harwell Score in 4-1 win over UQTR Patriotes
The Stingers looked to be in good shape for their first game since an offseason of heavy change. It was only preseason but there were plenty of encouraging signs for the team’s coaching staff.
Kelly Olynyk Leads the Canadian Roster to 85-77 Victory Over Brazil
With five minutes left in the game, team Canada knew it had gone one step ahead of Brazil on the road to the Inaugural FIBA World Cup in China in 2019.
How Proper Consultation With Indigenous Communities on the Trans Mountain Pipeline Will Benefit Canadians and More
Failing to consult with Indigenous communities is simply repeating the mistakes of the past
A Safe Space for the Wide Spectrum of Drag at Bar le Ritz PDB
The event Alternadrag II, which was hosted last Thursday at Bar Le Ritz PDB, is exactly what it sounds like: an alternative, experimental drag show, challenging aspects of mainstream drag performance.