Airbnb May Be Beneficial For Landlords, But It’s Inducing Gentrification At Accelerating Rates
Airbnb may bring tourists to Montreal through an alternative way to stay in the city outside of a hotel, but the service also brings gentrification along with it. With many Airbnb’s located in the Plateau, some tenants are being pushed out of their apartments due to increasing rent or landlords’ preferring to utilize their space as an Airbnb instead of renting.
Training Follows Policy for Executives and Councillors
Consent training for all employees of the Arts and Science Federation of Association has been implemented after a council meeting Thursday night.
Protesters Say More Needs to be Done to Protect Indigenous Women
The names of about 50 Indigenous women and girls, who were either murdered or are missing, was read to the crowd following a moment of silence.
Indian Act Continues to Harm First Nations Women, Petition Launched
When Mary Hannaburg’s mother married a non-Indigenous man, she lost her Indigenous status, her voice, and her land. This was due to laws imposed oh her by the Indian Act—enacted in 1876.
Quebec Privacy Laws Require Complainants Stay in the Dark
A look into Quebec’s privacy laws shows a lack of transparency is par for the course for any student making a complaint against a professor.
Empower Me to Give Better Accessibility for Mental Health Resources and Cut Wait Times
Empower Me is a new mental health service offered by the Concordia Student Union through the Studentcare insurance plan.
CASE Demands Apology From CUPFA Over Sexual Misconduct Panel
Following the news that a Concordia professor in the creative writing program was exonerated of sexual harassment allegations, the Concordia Association for Students in English released a statement condemning the university’s “mishandling” of the case.
Communications and SCPA Follow Journalism as Fight Against Unpaid Internships Continues
Student associations in Communications and the School of Community and Public Affairs have shown an interest in pressuring the university to change their policies surrounding internships at Concordia, with strike votes set to take place this month.
Complainants Left In The Dark After Investigation Results
A Concordia professor in the creative writing program was cleared of sexual harassment allegations last September without notifying the students who filed the complaint, the CBC has just revealed.
As Board Struggled With Revenue, Late Pay and Complaints of Harassment Were Common
The defunct Association for the Voice of Education in Quebec paid close to $1,000 to prevent a former staff from taking legal action against the organization, The Link has learned.
Canary Mission Correlates Anti-Semitism With BDS, Doxxing Supporters of the Movement
Canary Mission blacklists supporters of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement on North American campuses, including both professors and students, in aim to hinder the BDS movement.