Study Says Gentrification is Undeniable in Meeting With Mayor
Gentrification is happening fast in the working-class neighborhoods of Montreal and tensions are running high. In reaction, the population in Hochelaga has begun to mobilize around the issue.
Only Applicable to Students, Staff, Faculty and Graduates
Amid the flooding in Montreal’s Pierrefonds-Roxboro borough, Concordia University has offered “emergency accommodations” to faculty, staff, students and graduates and their immediate families who are affected by the floods.
One Arrest, Store Windows Smashed
The pouring rain didn’t deter protesters this May Day. Around 600 marched through downtown Montreal in the name of anti-capitalism—starting at Phillips Square on Ste. Catherine’s St. W. and later going on to boulevard René-Lévesque W., Sherbrooke St. W., Ontario St. and St. Denis St.
CLAC Organizes for Its Tenth Year in a Row
It’s that time of year again.
Government Office Promises to Bring Bissan Eid Home After Birth
Bissan has been in Gaza since last June, when she had gone to visit her aging grandparents and get married, an open letter from Amnesty International Canada explained. She began trying to return to Canada in December, but has been unable to due to the slow processing of an exit visa from the Israeli government.
Election Results and Highlights From Their Weekend Congress
The Association for the Voice of Education in Quebec had their elections last Friday, and after a year of only having two to three executives at a time, they now have a full slate of six. Those elected will start working in May.
Amendments to Code of Rights and Responsibilities, Updates from Board of Governors
Additions made to Concordia’s Code of Rights and Responsibilities at a Board of Governors meeting on April 19 enables the university to further protect survivors of sexual violence on campus. *
Anti-Fascists gather at French consulate to discuss French elections
“Ni patrie, ni patron, ni Le Pen, ni Macron” is the slogan that several left-wing French citizens have adopted since the results of the first round of the French presidential election became known.
Climate, Evidence-Based Policy, and Academic Freedom On The Line
“We are gathered here on Earth Day, aghast at what has become of our habitat,” said Dr. Peter Shizgal, a Concordia University professor in behavioural neurobiology. Hundreds gathered for the Montreal March for Science on April 22.
“Unconstitutional,” “Racial Profiling” Language Exams Put Residency Status in Jeopardy
Close to 600 international students faced surprise exams by the Quebec Ministry of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion which put into question their eligibility for permanent residence in Quebec.