News

  • First Voices Week Begins With Emotional Opening Ceremony

    Week of Events At Concordia Highlights Indigenous Speakers and Artists

    An audience listened intently as Charlie Patton vividly described a world in which there is no clean drinking water left. He explained that water, while appreciated, is taken for granted here, and asked that everyone take action to prevent the situation from worsening.*

  • Montreal Urban Aboriginal Health Centre Moving Forward

    Community Members Push to See More From Canadian Government

    The Quebec Medicare system is failing to accommodate Montreal’s urban Indigenous population and their special needs for holistic healing practices, MUAHC board member Pascale Annoual explained.

  • L’Organe Finds a New Home

    A Year of Transitions for Concordia’s Only Francophone Publication

    In addition to the new space, the magazine wants the university to start collecting its $0.06 per credit fee-levy again.

  • Concordia Refugee Centre Up and Running

    Fee-Levy Group in Midst of Finalizing Office Space and Hiring Staff

    Since becoming operational last summer, the Refugee Centre at Concordia has assisted approximately 100 refugees and immigrants looking to start anew in Montreal.

  • Political Science Students Propose to Leave ASFA

    President Says the Two Parties Have Reached a Breaking Point

    The Political Science Student Association will vote on a proposal to leave the Arts and Sciences Federations of Associations on Feb. 13.

  • Vigil for Quebec City Victims

    Montreal Shows Solidarity with the Muslim Community of Canada and Abroad

    A sea of people stood together outside Parc Metro Monday evening to show solidarity with the Muslim community after a shooting at the Quebec City Islamic Cultural Centre in Sainte-Foy Sunday night.

  • Protesters Demand Open Borders At US Consulate

    Protest Organizer Says Canada Needs to Reconsider Its Immigration Laws Too

    A group of protesters gathered to block the entrance at the US Consulate earlier today in reaction to U.S. President Donald Trump’s temporary ban on refugees and travellers from Muslim majority countries.

  • CSU Continues to Divest

    More Money Going Into Sustainable Investments

    The Concordia Student Union will be divesting another $3 million from GICs—Guaranteed Investment Certificates, in accordance with their Positions Book.

  • First Voices Week Comes to Concordia

    Events Showcase the University’s Indigenous Communities

    Want to learn more about Indigenous culture from local Indigenous voices? Come check out First Voices, an awareness week designed for open engagement and the celebration of diverse and unique Indigenous culture, from Jan. 30 to Feb. 3.

  • Remedies from the Garden

    Evidence of Herbal Medicine Exists at the Concordia Greenhouse

    The debate between so-called modern and alternative medicinal practices is complex and contentious.