Cindy Filiatrault on Development, Community Engagement and Working with Mélanie Joly
“What we need as a community of Montrealers is an administration that we can recognize ourselves in and that we can trust.”
Protests Arise After Violent Arrest at N.B. Blockade Site
Two days of spontaneous demonstrations emerged last week in downtown Montreal, protesting the tactics allegedly leveled by RCMP officers against members of the Elsipogtog nation…
Policy Implemented in August Reversed by Council
The Concordia Student Union voted Oct. 9 to return preemptive spending authority to the union’s standing committee for purchases under $1,000 following a debate that saw tensions escalate amongst members of the executive.
Special Meeting Called to Address Ignoring Standing Regulations
The Concordia Student Union was divided on a few issues at their last council meeting Oct. 9…
29-Year-Old Candidate Running for Borough Council in Verdun
Marie-Eve Brunet, one of the younger candidates seeking election in Montreal’s upcoming municipal election, says culture and the place of young Montrealers in the community are key campaign issues in the Verdun borough she’s running in.
Company Continues to Manage University Construction Projects Despite Collusion Allegations
In March, François Perreault quit his job as the vice-president for western Quebec of engineering firm Genivar Inc…
Mayoral Candidates Discuss Visions of the Future
Ten candidates in the race to become Montreal’s next mayor, including the four frontrunners, outlined their visions for the city over the next decade in seven-minute speeches at Megaphone Montreal on Friday.
“Zero Tolerance” Procedure and Prevention Program in the Works
Concordia University is revamping procedure following an alleged incident of sexual harassment in the downtown Webster Library.
We’ve compiled a little flowchart to help you figure out if you can vote in the Nov. 3 municipal elections. Infographic by Jayde Norström.
Project Seeks University Divestment from Fossil Fuels
Fossil Free Fuel’s Tar Sands Reality Check Tour came to Concordia yesterday to kick off a 10-day tour discussing investment in tar sands development by post-secondary institutions.