Most Candidates Reinstated in Appeal After Judicial Board Discards Additional Information
Concordia Student Union Cut the Crap candidates, who were elected then disqualified in the 2019 general elections, appealed the Chief Electoral Officer’s decision. In Tuesday’s ruling, the Judicial Board announced that all members of the slate, with the exception of Danielle Vandolder-Beaudin, were reinstated.
University to Announce Response to Deregulation on May 28
Concordia President Alan Shepard recently announced the university will lose “millions in funding” as the provincial government begins cutting grants for international students next school year. Since then, the university has been unable to answer exactly how much funding they project they will lose.
Five Arrests, Multiple Counts of Mischief at Annual March
Anti-capitalist protesters threw vandalized the head office of Lemay, the architectural firm building a migrant detention centre, at the annual May Day protest on Wednesday.
Students Protest Outside Board of Governors Meeting
As the mass deregulation of international tuition was being discussed in Wednesday’s Board of Governors meeting, a dozen students gathered outside the GM Building, urging Concordia not to use this as an opportunity to continue increasing international tuition.
ASFA to Use Online Voting Third-Party Platform, Places Cap on Allowances for MAs With Fee-Levies
The Arts and Science Federation of Associations have passed a motion to use SimplyVoting, a third-party platform, to host all future online elections.
Students Sat Outside the Minister of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion’s Office to Denounce Controversial Secularism Bill
Students had a sit-in outside the Minister of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion’s office to denounce controversial Bill 21.
Both Student Associations Sign on to Letter Addressing Provincial Government
Student associations take up positions against proposed “discriminatory” bill.
Survivors Say University Has Been Complicit for Decades
Students decry the university’s inaction on sexual violence.
After Postponing in January, McGill Releases Decision
On Friday morning, McGill University’s Principal and Vice-Chancellor Suzanne Fortier announced that the name is being retired immediately.
Protesters March Against François Legault, Bill 21
Thousands of people took to the streets this Sunday to protest the CAQ government’s proposed secularism bill.