Editorial: Montreal Police Keep Using Excessive Force

SPVM Has to Do Better With People Who Are Marginalized, Have Mental Illness

Clearly, Gibbs’ case was not a one-off situation

  • Delicious Library

    Downtown Restaurant Nourishes Mind and Body

    The ringing of acoustic strings and the laughs of lively children filled Burritoville’s three-floor complex on Sept. 25.

  • A Walk on the Radical Side

    Singh Takes QPIRG’s Walking Tour through ConU’s Past

    Looking at the world through his round glasses, Montreal activist Jaggi Singh has a very different way of seeing the city around him.

  • Montreal Fashion Week Struts Into Town

    Once again the moment has come when women line up in heels on the white marble steps of Place Bonsecours, waiting for a sneak peak of the upcoming fashion trends.
    But it’s not all about the trends.

  • Stingers Take Care of Sherbrooke

    Men’s Rugby Wins, Regulars Get Rest

    An outmatched Université de Sherbrooke Vert et Or side was shut out 32-0 by the superior Concordia Stingers in men’s rugby last Friday at Concordia Stadium.

    “A win is a win, [but] we can’t take too much out of this game as far as celebrations go,” said first-year coach Shane Thomas.

  • Shake What Yo Mama Gave Ya

    POP Montreal Welcomes Dance Workshops to the Festival

    Get ready to bust a move.

  • The Motorcycle Diaries

    Ask an American and they’ll tell you that Canada is a country filled with overly polite hockey players and hasn’t experienced a crime more serious than jay-walking in a dog’s age.

  • Aaron Green on “Objectivity”

    The article on ATM fees written last week in The Link lacked any semblance of objectivity. Perhaps The Link believes student bars operate on thin air or that money grows on trees.

  • Response to A Tale of Two ‘Sities

    While I truly appreciate Alex Manley’s attempt to spread word about our current problems surrounding the closure of the Architecture Café in “A Tale of Two ‘sities,” I feel the need to comment on the gross oversimplification of this issue.

  • Hypocritical Editorial

    Reading last week’s editorial piece on this year’s Clubs Fair, “Selling Our Souls” [Vol. 31 Iss. 5, Pg. 35], I couldn’t help but notice that this self-righteous piece showed zero self-awareness.

  • GSA Fight Tuition

    The Graduate Student Association (GSA) is an active voice for students angry with university administrators, business leaders on our university governance bodies and Government Ministers who believe the only method to fund public education is to raise tuition.