Canary Mission Correlates Anti-Semitism With BDS, Doxxing Supporters of the Movement
Canary Mission blacklists supporters of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement on North American campuses, including both professors and students, in aim to hinder the BDS movement.
Airbnb May Be Beneficial For Landlords, But It’s Inducing Gentrification At Accelerating Rates
Airbnb may bring tourists to Montreal through an alternative way to stay in the city outside of a hotel, but the service also brings gentrification along with it. With many Airbnb’s located in the Plateau, some tenants are being pushed out of their apartments due to increasing rent or landlords’ preferring to utilize their space as an Airbnb instead of renting.
Marginalized Communities Continue to Be Affected by Cannabis Criminalization
With the federal government’s announcement to pardon those with marijuana charges, amnesty is yet to be granted to those who remain incarcerated.
SSMU Releases Statement Responding to the Delay
In light of the decision to postpone the ruling on the Redmen name, the Student Society of McGill University responded in a statement on Friday.
Criminal Lawyer Julius Grey Representing McGill Professor Suing Student for Alleging Sexual Misconduct
What was initially planned as being an open conversation about sexual misconduct on campus quickly escalated into a back-and-forth debate between the panelists.
March Advocates for the End of Slaughterhouses
Over a hundred people gathered at Square Saint-Louis in the Plateau Mont-Royal this Saturday to protest the exploitation of animals in slaughterhouses and to promote animal rights. The protest meant as a way to provide information about the maltreatment of animals and the effects of meat and dairy production have on the environment.
With Looming International Student Tuition Hike, CSU Wants Students to Mobilize
Last Thursday, the Concordia Student Union hosted a Tuition Hike Town Hall, encouraging students to mobilize against higher tuition costs.
Referendum Question Excluded Students Granting Access To Personal Information
The Concordia Student Union’s General Coordinator Sophie Hough-Martin said she’s worried of the possibility of legal action since their January by-election didn’t specify that the implementation of online voting would require access to students’ personal information.
Rimouski Student Association Calls for Dissolution Amid Internal, Financial Problems
The Association for the Voice of Education in Quebec announced it’ll be dissolving amid a lack of money and administrative disorganization.
CSU Talk on Addiction Kick Starts Initiatives Support Those in Recovery
Apart of Concordia student life coordinator Michèle Sandiford’s intentions to bring more conversation and resources for those with addictions at Concordia, the CSU hosted a talk on addiction to bring more of a conversation and reduction of stigma on campus.