News

  • A History of Ongoing Labour Negotiations

    The Link put this brief timeline together to trace back some of the history of strained labour negotiations that have plagued Concordia’s history.

  • “It’s Like I Had No Freedom”

    PINAY Points to Injustices of Canada’s Live-in Caregiver Program

    Ms. Salazar never dreamed of leaving the Philippines for Canada.

  • Anti-Police Brutality Protest Snuffed Out by SPVM

    At first, it seemed like things were over before they had even started.

  • Montreal Police Spends $6,500 on Promoting New Uniforms

    The Service de Police de la Ville de Montréal spent more than $6,500 to promote the new black uniforms, according to documents The Link obtained under the Access to Information Act.

  • Link Radio | March 14, 2013

    In the second edition of Link Radio we look at highlights from last night’s Concordia Student Union council meeting and talk in-studio with some of the candidates running for next year’s CSU executive. Also, Concordia students are trying to launch a satellite into space, a look at Concordia’s student-run fine arts festival…

  • CSU2013

    Upcoming Student Union Elections to Feature Single Slate, Only Two Contested Positions

    Read ’em and weep, folks. This could be your next Concordia Student Union.

  • CUFA Votes “YES” on Strike Mandate

    Full-Time Faculty Joins Concordia’s Part-Time Faculty, Steelworkers as Unions Prepare to Strike

    As of this weekend, forty-eight hours could stand to change a lot at this university.

  • Sky Rockets (Almost) in Flight

    Space Concordia’s Winning Satellite Still in Need of Funding

    It can be incredibly expensive to launch a satellite into space.

  • Procedural Issues Stall CSU Presidential Appointment

    Council Debates Proceedings in Private Facebook Group

    The Concordia Student Union will have to hold off on taking another stab at appointing a president after a scheduled special meeting to resolve the issue was cancelled last week.

  • Maple Spring 2.0?

    Indexation Seems Less Likely to Trigger Province-Wide Unrest, But Questions Remain

    It’s that time of year again, and the question is looming. Is Quebec about to witness Round Two of what is now referred to as “the strike” or the Maple Spring—a series of student protests that made headlines worldwide, and quite literally rocked the province?