Students Learn to Live a Waste-Free Life
Canadians dispose of around 700 kilograms of waste per year. That’s over four pounds a day, every day. But the Zero Waste movement is on the move.
Perrine Argilès Will Support Association’s Current Vision
The Association for the Voice of Education in Quebec has elected its new general coordinator, Perrine Argilès.
Centre Receives Over $3 Million in Grants
The Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance received the UNESCO King Sejong Literacy Prize in September for their outstanding work in Kenya.
By-Elections From Nov. 28 to 30, Referendum Questions Set
A new working group tasked with reviewing the Concordia Student Union’s health and dental plan was formed at a regular council meeting Wednesday night.
Can Russell Cope With Another Term Or Will Sue Oust Him?
With the upcoming municipal elections in November, many of you know the names of the candidates, but who are the people behind the faces we see on those posters in the streets?
Commission Finds Woman Was Racially and Socially Profiled, Concordia to Challenge Findings
Concordia University and the Montreal division of the Commissionnaires, a security firm that gives training to Quebec security guards, are being asked to pay $33,000 in damages by the Quebec Human Rights Commission to a former student who says she was racially and socially profiled in 2013.
Bill 62, Urban Planning, 375th Birthday Among Tense Topics at Only English Debate
After two relatively calm French language debates, incumbent Mayor Denis Coderre and official opposition leader Valérie Plante became animated as they debated for the first, and only time, in English Monday night.
Three-Person Team to Tackle Mei-Ling Settlement and By-Law Revision
The Arts and Science Federation of Associations will be hiring a new three-member legal team, council decided last Thursday. The team, from the Dionne Schulze legal firm, will be led by Elisabeth Patterson.
The Critical Feminist Activism and Research Project Will Foster Gender and Racial Diversity
After a year of consultations on the topic of diversity and inclusivity on campus, Concordia University’s Simone de Beauvoir Institute held a launch and community call-in event for their Critical Feminist Activism and Research initiative Friday evening.
Petition by Student Association Successful, Vote to be Seen at Senate
After the German minor was suspended last semester, Concordia’s Dean of Arts and Science André Roy said admissions are expected to reopen by next fall.