Jaggi’s “Gang” a Bunch of “Morons”: Labeaume
After Quebec City mayor Régis Labeaume called anti-racist activist Jaggi Singh’s “gang” a group of “morons” on TVA following Sunday events, Singh warned against Labeaume’s post-Charlottesville Trump-like comparison of denouncing “violence on both sides.”
Protesters Call for Higher Inclusion of Black and Trans Rights at Pride
Employees of Pride Montreal then broke the circle of protesters and took away Rose’s megaphone. People in the crowd shouted at them to “shut up during the moment of silence” and others even pushed them.
Friday Evening Keynote Free For Students
Students are invited to attend the Friday night keynote event, “Prodigy and Professor,” taking place in the Hall building Alumni Auditorium (H-110) at 6 p.m, for free.
Counter-Protesters Hope to Expose the Province’s “Darker Side”
QUEBEC CITY – Having spent nearly five hours confined in a parking garage, right-wing group La Meute succeeded in taking to the streets after Quebec City riot police dispersed counter-protesters on Sunday afternoon.
An Undocumented Resident to Face Deportation
On hot and sunny Sunday, a couple hundred people cheered, “Welcome, Bienvenue,” and in Haitian Creole, “Oulakayou,” during a rally at the Olympic Stadium to greet the 500 or so Haitian refugees sheltered there.
From Sexual Assault to Drug Consumption
Whether Evenko likes it or not, people will always take drugs at Osheaga.
Executive Team to Reevaluate Proposal
The Concordia Student Union attempted to purchase a building to use as student space on Bishop St. after it went on sale on in early June. The proposal was then rejected at a council meeting on June 14.
Calling for the End of Systematic Police Brutality Against POC
A vigil organized by Black Lives Matter was held this afternoon to mark the death of Pierre Coriolan, a Haitian man who was shot earlier this week by Montreal police.
VP of Communications and Promotions Remains Unfilled
The Arts and Science Federation of Associations council has appointed Rachael Hutchinson as new interim Vice-President of Internal Affairs and Administration.
March Held for Status Regularization and End to Deportation
“Immigrants in, racists out!” was the chant of the day for those who participated in the Status for All march Sunday afternoon.
Five-Year Mandate Began in June
After the search began last September, the John Molson School of Business has named Anne-Marie Croteau as its new dean.