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.
The Musical Trio Discuss their Journey
A hearty blend of soul, alternative rock and chill-electro mix comprise Strange Froots.
The Atelier Galerie 2112 Hosts Joint Forces Show
Contre Sens is an art show made up of Concordia students featuring a melting pot of digital and painted works.
Tender Textures, Colours, and Familial Bonds Featured at the Exhibit
I feel tender was an exhibit at the VAV which revolved around the themes of tenderness, closeness and passion.
Examining the Growth of CUCCR Over the Past Two Years
Learn about how CUCCR has been doing the last two years and how it has effected the community it aims to serve.
Learn About Schaub’s Unique Style and Technique of Painting That Place Him in a Category All of His Own
Meet Montreal and Toronto based artist Callen Schaub who makes his own troughs and other contraptions to make the colourful drip paintings he is well known for.
What This Ancient Art Can Teach You About Reciprocal Relationships Between Humans and the Natural World
Learn about the ancient art of bonsai and the reciprocal connection between human beings and plants.
Meet the Link’s featured graphic artist for February: Breea Kobernick
Dylan McCrory Finding Success and Passion for Hockey Again
January 2018: Dylan McCrory thought he was done with hockey. He had left his NCAA school and figured his hockey dream was over.
Two Former Concordia Students Reignite Montreal Basketball Community With Local Sports Media Company
“Hoops on the Rise is a platform where kids can reach their goals academically and athletically,” said co-founder Inti Salinas. “We want to create a space where kids can come to us for everything.”
It isn’t the quasi-hotels themselves that are the problem; its their ripple effects.