Confused About the Referendum Questions? Here’s What They Mean
What you’ll be voting on in the Fall 2019 CSU by-elections.
Daylong Speaker Event Highlights Housing Troubles Across the Continent
The three guest speakers, all from outside Parc-Extension—some from outside the country—brought perspectives from their own communities to discuss potential solutions to gentrification in the Montreal neighbourhood.
Fast-Paced Changes and Confusion Impact International Students’ Mental Health
The constant shifts in the CAQ’s immigration reform have left international students confused and worried about their futures in Quebec.
The University Finally Cedes to Student Pressure on Divestment From Oil, Coal, and Gas Sector
After years of discussion and student pressure, the Concordia Foundation will fully divest from the fossil fuel sector.
Concordia Students and NDG Residents Planted Trees to Bring in More Greenery
Despite the gloomy weather, several people turned out to plant trees behind the Stinger Dome. The tree planting will continue until Friday.
The Significance of a Disparity Between Reports of Acts of Hate
There is a large disparity in reported hate crimes the Service de police de la Ville de Québec’s, found the Quebec Commission of Human Rights and Youth Rights. Why is that and what does it mean?
A Large Influx of Students Threatens the Neighbourhood, but What Can They Do to Help?
With the opening of the new UdM campus in Parc-Extension, a large influx of students threatens the neighbourhood. But residents are fighting back.
New Frontiers in Research Fund Winners Seek to Involve Indigenous Knowledges in Light
Three Concordia researchers are fighting to involve Indigenous Knowledges in physics—a typically white, male dominated field.
Don’t Run If You Can’t Hide
The second edition of the Salon de la mort took place this weekend. It demystified death and made its attendees think realistically about what they’ll do when their time comes.
“Ni HoMa, ni Osha, fuck le branding d’Hochelaga,” Chanted Protesters Against the Gentrification of Their Neighbourhood.
Anti-gentrification protesters took the streets to fight condo developments in their neighbourhood.