This Year Marks 28th Anniversary of Canada’s Worst Mass Shooting
Nearly three decades have passed since the Montreal Massacre at École Polytechnique in 1989, but Dec. 6 still weighs heavily upon the city.
TVA Reports Construction Women Banned from Site
Far-right group La Meute intends to demonstrate outside a Montreal mosque Friday, after a TVA report came out claiming a mosque had banned women construction workers from the area to make way for Friday prayers.
‘An Invasion of the Black Body’: Black Student Group
“Why did you paint your face black?” students asked while facing a young man who was rehearsing a monologue for a theatre class evaluation in the hallway at Dawson College, last Wednesday.
Protesters Say Jerusalem is Capital of Palestine
With chants of “Solidarité avec Palestine” and “Down with Donald Trump,” about 200 people gathered in front the United States Consulate to protest Donald Trump’s decision to acknowledge Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Many Concerned About Gentrification in Their Neighbourhood
Now, most of its tenants have been evicted on short notice, after a new owner bought the building. The rest will be soon be on their way out to make way for luxury apartments.
Upcoming Elections to Take Full Advantage of New System
After discussing the initiative last year, and proactively implementing the voting system in a limited capacity, the Commerce and Administration Students’ Association will be receiving votes via MyConcordia this year.
Groups Claim Government Office Favours Landlords
In front of the Régie du logement’s Montreal office, an effigy was destroyed by a crowd of about 80 people on Thursday.
Many Courses Cut Since 2012
With Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association’s collective agreement expiring at the end of December, the union hopes their issues with job security will be addressed in the next round of their negotiations.
Jad-Faraj Abi Semaan Says Accusations are “Inflammatory”
Jad-Faraj Abi Semaan is contesting his disqualification from the Arts and Sciences Federation of Associations by-elections.
Concordia Food Coalition Receives Fee Levy Increase
All the referendum questions passed once the votes were counted in this year’s Concordia Student Union by-elections.
Singh Debates Calling in Mayor Régis Labeaume for Next Hearing
The hearing was related to his participation in the organization of a counter-demonstration on Aug. 20 near the National Assembly. The counter-demonstration was in response to a rally organized by far-right group La Meute, who came that day to protest against the influx of immigrants.