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.
The Canadian Border Service Agency’s Migration Detention Centre Is Set to Open by 2021
The migration detention centre is set to open in 2021, as the CAQ’s policies are strengthening to generate barriers for immigration.
Hiring and Funding Among Priorities Outlined in Action Plan
Concordia’s Indigenous Directions Leadership Group has just launched a 39 point action plan created in part as a response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission calls to action.
Cut the Crap Wanting to Appeal CEO Decision
The Concordia Student Union’s Chief Electoral Officer Florian Prual has announced the updated election results.
CEO Refuses to Reveal Number of Non-Students Invited to Vote Online
Chief Electoral Officer Florian Prual says he won’t be providing The Link with a count of how many non-students were invited to vote in the Concordia Student Union’s general elections.
CEO Received ‘Strong Evidence’ of Campaigning During Polling
The Concordia Student Unions’ incoming executive team were caught campaigning during polling period during the 2019 general elections. The Chief Electoral Officer announced Friday afternoon that Cut The Crap’s entire slate have been disqualified.
How Prescription Drugs, the Government’s War on Drugs, and Black Market Fentanyl Generated High Addiction Rates
This timeline examines the catalysts that generated an opioid epidemic in Canada, and services and circumstances that sprung from the growing death toll. It looks into factors that furthered the epidemic—with the introduction of new opioids, government policies, and initiatives, such as safe injection sites, aimed to help diminish the rates of opioid-related deaths. This is not all encompassing of every event or factor leading to the growing death toll in Canada due to opiates, as well as all of the initiatives aimed to relieve this toll.