How do Threats to Local Commerce Endanger the Character of Montreal?
Many of the kinds of businesses that help sustain this kind of community depend on affordable commercial spaces.
Faculty, Space Concordia Members Give Talks on First Day of Symposium
Starry-eyed space enthusiasts gathered at the International Civil Aviation Organization headquarters in Montreal for the third annual Montreal Space Symposium.
Advocates and Allies Gather in Pointe-Saint-Charles to Break Down Racial and Religious Discrimination
University of the Streets Café Initiates Discussion to Understand the Root of Islamophobia and Xenophobia in Quebec.
During open discussion period, many veiled Muslim women defied the prejudice that men and husbands force them to cover themselves.
All Six Main Party Leaders Get Platforms (and Punches) in 14 Days Before Election
Themes included national and global leadership, affordability and economic insecurity, Indigenous issues, polarization, human rights and immigration, and environment and energy.
The New Club Hopes to Break the Mould of What Filipinos Can Be
The Filipino Organization of Concordia Students is going through a revival after over 10 years of inactivity.
Éconord Co-op Gives Away Free Trees to Make the Borough Greener
Within three years, Éconord has found a home for some 1,500 trees, exceeding expectations of the program’s administrators. Montreal North is a borough with a poor tree cover, which makes this initiative highly valuable and meaningful.
Four Federal Candidates for Ville-Marie—Le Sud-Ouest—Île-des-Sœurs Riding Made Their Case to Students.
The debate, organized by the Student’s Society of McGill University, assembled Liberal Minister Prime Marc Miller, Conservative candidate Michael Forian, New Democratic Party candidate Sophie Thiébaut, and Green Party candidate Liana Canton-Cusmano.
Hundreds Gather Behind Musée d’Art Contemporain for Somber Ceremony
Bearing signs reading “Honour our sisters with action,” those in attendance at the fourteenth annual Memorial Vigil for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, Trans and Two-Spirit people stood silently as survivors of violence and members of First Nations and Inuit communities across Canada shared their art and their stories.
Friends say Hayden Muller Died of Inadequate Care Due to Being a Trans Person
“Gender is not about body parts,” said Julie Michaud. “I wish more patients knew that.”
Unpacking International Student Healthcare Costs At Concordia
In March 2019, a referendum was passed with students voting overwhelmingly in favour of mandating the CSU to take on the responsibility of managing the health care plan for international students.
A Look Into Concordia’s Online Consent Training
Many feel that a lack of systematic change overrides the university’s attempt at a training.