Provincial Government Also Announces Wide-Scale Deregulation for International Students
Tuition hikes are being proposed for international undergraduates in Engineering and Computer Science and John Molson School of Business.
Demands of Provincial Legislation Poses a “Big Logistics Challenge”
Concordia University is considering online consent training to meet the demands of upcoming provincial legislation.
Protesters Target Gabriel Sohier-Chaput and Philippe Gendron, Calling them Fascists
About 100 protesters marched this Saturday to oppose fascism in Gabriel Sohier-Chaput’s borough, Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie
Bonuses Awarded at End of Year to be Re-Evaluated
The Concordia Student Union executive team will be getting a salary increase of about 26 per cent, from $27,063.66 before taxes to $34,074. The salary increase is retroactive to the executives that served in their roles during the 2017-2018 academic year.
After Nine Years, Activist Hopes to Pursue Independent Media
After working at Concordia’s Quebec Public Interest Research Group for nine years, Jaggi Singh will be leaving his position as program director and working groups coordinator in the the coming weeks to pursue other goals.
Protesters Want to “Make Racists Afraid Again.”
After a resident waved a nazi flag off the roof of a condo building in the neighborhood on May 1, protesters gathered Saturday night to denounce hate and racism in Parc Extension
Five Arrests, Two Cars Damaged
About 250 people marched for the annual May Day protest for workers’ rights last night in downtown Montreal.
CEO Exceeds Budget Due to Additional Tasks
The Chief Electoral Officer’s honorarium has been raised to $13,000 after surpassing the budget this year.
Student in Quebec Increasingly Vocal About Unpaid Internships
Concordia will be taking on a two year plan to address the challenges that many students’ describe facing in their internships.
Union Gathers Protests During Board of Governors Meeting
Teaching and Research Assistants at Concordia continue to tussle with the university over wages and split contracts.
Three Protesters Injured by Unauthorized Use of Firearm During a 2012 Student Protest in Victoriaville
Sûreté du Québec officer was recently suspended for 35 days without pay due to the use of rubber bullets shot into a crowd during a Victoriaville protest in 2012.