Store’s Collection of Racialized Authors and Artists Hopes to Speak to the Marginalized
Racines is bookstore gold. Located in Montreal North, at 4689 Henri-Bourassa Blvd. East, the store has a feature that makes it special: it only carries books and art made by people of colour.
Montreal and Quebec Led Counter-Demonstrations in the Works
Two far-right groups, La Meute and Storm Alliance, are taking a hard stance against the commission into systemic racism in Quebec, and are expected to demonstrate outside the National Assembly on Nov. 25 at 2 p.m.
First Campaign Under President Alan Shepard Halfway to Goal
The Campaign for Concordia: Next-Gen, Concordia’s newest fundraising campaign has received half of its $250 million goal.
Community Has Until Nov. 24 to Comment
Concordia is asking its community to provide feedback on the progress it has made into combatting sexual violence on campus since August 2015.
Policy Promotes Environmental, Social, and Economic Sustainability
The Arts and Science Federation of Associations adopted a sustainability policy during their council meeting last Thursday.
New Programs Open Up Within Arts and Science Faculty
Concordia’s senate, the highest academic decision making body, decided to write an official statement against Bill 62 and any actions that infringe upon its values as a unifying, and inclusive university.
Drugging and Sexual Assault Reported, Police Investigating
“These invitations resulted in reported drugging and sexual assault,” said the email, sent to students from Lisa Ostiguy, Deputy Provost, and Roger Côté, Vice President Services.
Groups Respond to Bill 62, Changes to Commission in Systemic Racism
Over 1,000 people marched against hate, racism, and the rise of the far-right in downtown Montreal this Sunday afternoon.
Concordia Student Union, AVEQ, Show Support
The movement against unpaid internships took on a new set of tactics Friday, as students and interns in Montreal staged a one-day strike demanding remuneration for all internships in the province. Striking students and their supporters staged a demonstration in front of the Ministry of Labour.
Letters Signed by Students Denounce Bill 62
The Concordia Student Union held a press conference outside the Palais de Justice Wednesday, where they planned to personally deliver hundreds of letters denouncing the religious neutrality law to Justice Minister Stéphanie Vallée.
Housing Project Delayed, Sexual Violence Policy to Be Reviewed
Concordia Student Union General Coordinator Omar Riaz and Finance Coordinator Soulaymane El Alaoui were accused of having a potential conflict of interest Wednesday.