Quebec’s Green Party Proposes a Catcalling Ticketing Law That Falls Short
This proposal does not seem to consider the intersectionality of people’s experiences while out in the space understood as “public,” where the proposed tickets would be handed out.
Stingers Should Appreciate Their Fans By Ensuring Their Safety
Concordia students deserve to feel safe on campus. That is no question.
The CSU and Concordia Need to Take More Action, Sooner
Racism, and the administration’s ambivalence towards it, has been a simmering issue at Concordia for a very long time.
I Loved, I Lost, and I Cried at What Could’ve Been
Would these girl chips be pink? Would the flavour be less bold? After all, my delicate female sensibilities can barely tolerate all that intense cheese dust that is the norm of a standard man Dorito.
The SPVM’s Track Record Really Isn’t Great
There issue isn’t just with police brutality, but Montreal police officers have also failed to address racial profiling issues.
One Person’s Story of Assault, Survival and Resilience
When I hear stories of rape and sexual abuse, I can ache so badly it makes me tired.
A People’s History of Canada Column
What many do not realize is that Macdonald was also a father of genocide and starvation.
The Argument for Plain Old Bar Soap
Bar soap is where it’s at.
This Little Contraceptive Has a Big Story
The IUD itself is an innocent piece of technology but has been used for nefarious, racist, and neo-colonialist purposes.
The Fraser Institute is Bad, and You Should Feel Bad for Promoting Them
It’s seriously problematic for departments at a university to be sharing information with students about an event being held by the Fraser Institute—especially if the departments didn’t even bother clarifying that the Fraser Institute is a corporate disinformation tool.