The School’s Training Is Ineffective, Lacking, and Isn’t Being Taken Seriously
The university boasts about taking the training to other universities in Quebec, but the way it exists now is a not-good-enough, token gesture that seems to have been created only to fulfill Bill 151’s requirements.
Making the Personal and Educated Decision to Die
Imagine for a moment being at a point in your life where it is no longer desirable in the face of opportunity for a comfortable and controlled death.
Those in Power Have a Vested Interest in Your Inaction
Power is an omnipresent part of everyone’s life—we shouldn’t treat the people in power as our benevolent overlords.
A People’s History of Canada Column
The Jeffrey Mine was the largest chrysotile asbestos mine in the world, and the source of the citizens of Asbestos’ glory and ruin.
The Gender Politics of Feigning and Demanding Orgasms
Sex is a participation activity that should involve mutual enjoyment.
Being an Ally Shouldn’t Be Your Fashion Statement
The acronym isn’t there to be the social equivalent of a woke Supreme sticker.
In a Time of Massive Changes, Don’t Stay on the Sidelines
It is not enough to simply enroll, show up to class, and leave with your degree when your time at university ends.
As You Navigate Through These First Few Weeks, Take the Path That’s Right For You
The first few weeks of a new school year can be a stressful time. New course material, meeting new people, it can all contribute to added stress. And along with trying to fit into a new environment can come the pressure to drink and smoke, go out, and hook up.
While Individual Actions Are Nice, Mass Social Movements Are How People Can Truely Tackle Climate Change
It doesn’t seem like those in positions of power are going to radically change their policies any time soon—at least not if we’re quiet.
A Glance at Cultural Influence in the City
Montreal is home to many well-defined cultural communities, each with their own unique collective identities.