Demonstrators Show Solidarity With Detained Migrants
Since 2012, ICE has detained nearly 1500 U.S. citizens, the main targets being children of immigrants, and citizens born outside of the U.S. Forced to prove their American citizenship, detainees spend nights in detention facilities, away from friends and family. Protesters stood in solidarity with detained migrants.
Residents Say New Campus is Pushing Them Out of Park Extension
A few dozen protesters disrupted Université de Montréal’s new science pavilion opening celebrations in Park Extension on Saturday to denounce gentrification.
An Alternate Welcome Week to Help You See Concordia in a Different Light
The events, held from Sept. 10 through 14, were chosen to best serve members of marginalized communities at Concordia.
Senate: Changes to Student Senate Eligibility Requirements, Discussions Around Fall Reading Week Continue
Ad Hoc Committees Stress Academic Success
The Senate moved to support allowing independent undergraduate students and students in conditional standing to sit on Senate starting in 2020, discussions around fall reading week continue.
Climate Panels, Recyclable Agendas, Awareness Campaigns Kick Off Platform
The Concordia Student Union kicked off its new sustainability campaign at orientation week, which began on Sept. 3. Throughout orientation week, the CSU stuck to the theme of sustainability, hosting a zero waste community fair featuring organizations from across campus.
Federal NDP Leader Answers Questions from Montreal Voters in Question and Answer Period
As the federal election draws closer, the NDP seeks to make inroads in Quebec to try and recover some of the support it lost in 2015 under Thomas Mulcair.
Everything You Need to Know About the Law Formerly Known as Bill 21
The passing of Bill 21 into law has left many students and recent graduates in the dark on what their futures might look like.
You’ve Seen Their Hourglass Logo All Over the City, But What Is the Group About?
Modern climate activist groups like XR now focus on pressuring governments to adopt systemic change.
A Green New Deal For All: Public Discussion with David Suzuki, Ellen Gabriel, and More
“The biggest obstacle to massive change in the fate of climate breakdown isn’t climate denial—it’s hopelessness.”
Activists and Private Citizens Facilitate Public Discourse on Climate Change
Montrealers organized a town hall event on the Green New Deal at Concordia to discuss economic reforms tackling the climate crisis.