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.
Title Race Heats up as Season Comes to a Close
Since the Club soccer Mont-Royal Outremont Griffons’ last loss to Association de soccer de Blainville in late July, they’ve gone undefeated in their last seven games, managing six wins and drawing one, earning a total of 19 points from a possible 21.
Deregulating Tuition Will Make Education Less Accessible
While putting an emphasis on engaging foreign students is positive, international students should not be viewed as commodities and their education should remain affordable.
Liberal Government Wants to Invest Heavily Over Next Five Years to Attract Foreign Labour
Francophone universities that can attract the most international students will now be able to receive additional funding from the provincial government, under a plan proposed by the Liberals.
Taking Mud and turning It Into Gold
With gleaming eyes and brush strokes on his arms and legs, Jose Antonios Yumars’ art studio is a world where Jackson Pollock meets Henri Michaux. “They’re probably my biggest inspirations,” he says.
Venue Management Makes a Point to be Inclusive; From Hiring Practices to Party Protocols
Located on St. Hubert St., Ausgang plaza is known for intertwining activism and art while presenting in it snapping fashion.
Hundreds Gather as Part of a Global Protest of California Climate Summit
“Mister Trudeau, now the damage just got worst, you have bought yourself a pipeline that is bound one day to burst,” sang the Raging Grannies activists, to the tune of My Darling Clementine.
Jarryd Taylor Shines Despite the Team’s Weak Start
“We definitely came out with anger behind us […] we just came out ready, how we were supposed to come out,” said receiver James Tyrrell, describing the second half of his team’s home opener.
Team Builds on Last Season’s Momentum in Blowout Over Sherbrooke Vert-et-Or
The Stingers men’s rugby team established themselves as a worthy competitor in Friday night’s home opener against Université de Sherbrooke’s Vert-et-Or.
STM Security Restrain Man Who Allegedly Skipped Turnstiles in Guy-Concordia Metro
Greg Ory—a fabricated name to protect their anonymity—was coming home from work. Ory typically takes the orange metro line to get home, but chose to take the green line, last Friday.
CSU Orientation Presents Talk on Indigenizing Society
A collaboration with the Concordia Student Union, the Aboriginal Student Resource Centre and the First Peoples Studies Member Association, to bring awareness to the Indigenous community in Montreal.