The Pitfalls and Potential of Online Voting Should Be Revisited
We also encourage the Concordia Student Union and all faculty associations to reconsider implementing online voting—or to have public consultations with students to evaluate whether they feel the risks of a new system are worth the potentially increased engagement.
It’s Never Too Early for Holiday Cheer
Whether you celebrate the now commercialized holiday or not, you can’t deny the festive feeling Christmas brings, and if you can, please see your way out.
The Link Investigates Our Most Read Article
But the haunting won’t stop until I get the answers. Let me explain.
A Quebec Judge’s Comments Expose the Problem With the Justice System
I am not a law agent, but I do know that in the world of the justice system, those who are in fact law agents are to judge the alleged law-breakers, and not the victims.
A Look at How the Protocol Became the Benchmark For International Co-operation
Not only did the Montreal Protocol effectively mitigate some of the most dangerous effects that would have come up without properly addressing the amount of ozone, it was also a landmark moment for international diplomacy.
Let’s Let Unions to Do Their Jobs
We hope that the upcoming negotiations for both CUPFA and TRAC can end quickly and successfully.
The World Needs More ShineThere isn’t enough glitter in the world. The whole matte everything trend is soulless and visually offensive to me.
Plante Can’t Sweep Visible Minorities’ Issues Under the Rug
How can a municipal board, the majority being of French-Canadian backgrounds, weigh in on issues that minorities in Montreal face daily if none of them can relate to the problems
The centre houses various student services all in the same location.
Shaming Sex Workers Has No Place in Comedy
Making a joke where a survivor is the punchline only normalizes the problem.
$1,350 Well Spent
Nothing says “I’m worth more than $30,000 a year” to an employer like handing over half a semester’s tuition in a single object that realistically can’t serve its intended purpose.