Montreal Sees Largest Turnout for International Climate Change March
Of the climate strikes simultaneously happening throughout Canada, the one in Montreal was the biggest. About 150,000 people, most being students, mobilized to demand change Friday afternoon.
Article Removed Amid a Number of Factual Errors
On March 17, The Link published an article titled “Chez Doris to Foresee Almost 40,000 Women by March 2019.” The article has since been retracted amid a number of factual errors.
23rd Annual Protest ‘No Justice, No Peace’
Pedestrians were urged to evacuate Sherbrooke St. as protesters smashed car windows, rolled dumpster fires down the street, and set off fireworks at the height of the 23rd annual anti-police brutality march.
Quebec, Out of Province, and International Students Will Experience Hikes Over Three Years
Three John Molson School of Business programs will experience tuition hikes which will increase over the next three years. This will be imposed on Quebec, out of province, and international students.
Princess Somefun Leaving Executive Team by End of Month
The Concordia Student Union’s Internal Coordinator Princess Somefun resigned at a council meeting Wednesday night due to a toxic environment.
Limited Health Resources in Nunavut Push Those Fighting TB to Migrate South for Treatment
With limited healthcare resources in Nunavut, those suffering with tuberculosis are forced to migrate south to receive treatment. Tuberculosis disproportionate affects Inuit communities, as Inuit living in Nunavut have a chance of contracting TB 290 times higher than a Canadian-born non-Indigenous person. This has resulted in a long history of Inuit being displaced from their communities, as this continues to be the case in our Canadian society.
Clinic Completes 400 Tax Returns for Students and Families
On Saturday afternoon, John Molson School of Business classrooms were converted into waiting rooms, where Ika Peraic’s daughter was busy drawing while her mother was passing the time watching Friends reruns, waiting for her family’s tax return to be completed—for free.
Research Will Focus on Development of Indigenous Youth in Quebec
In December of 2018, Concordia professor Natasha Blanchet-Cohen was announced to have been granted a large amount of funding as part of joining the Youth Network Chair: Pathways toward youth autonomy and fulfilment in a transforming society.
Laws Prohibiting Communication At Heart of Mistrust
“Talk to us,” said Camille Thompson, external and mobilization coordinator at the Concordia Student Union, about the lack of communication between Concordia’s sexual misconduct committee and students.
President’s Remarks ”Misguided” Says Coms Students
After months of planning, the Communications department’s strike against unpaid internships took place between March 6 to 8.