The Tiers of the Porcelain Palaces of Concordia
Concordia’s bathrooms are so decrepit and unsanitary that an entire student union slate won on a platform centred around demanding better bathroom conditions.
What Fans Can Expect From Concordia’s Varsity Teams
Who Are the Concordia Stingers?
Where to Gay It Up, From Morning to Night
Attention, LGBTQ+ friends! There’s a world of queer pleasures and possibilities outside of the Gay Village! Get off at Papineau metro, walk underneath the Ste. Catherine St. E. rainbow-coloured skyline until you reach Berri-UQAM—and never look back.
Journalists Reflect on The Future of The Beat and Where It’s Going
Investigations into poor working conditions have become rare in Canada. With few labour reporters left in mainstream news media, the beat has diminished over the last 25 years, but many still have hope in its future.
The Current Strike Movement Has Been Building Up Since 2016
The general unlimited strike kicked off on March 18, with class picket lines and protests organized in cities and campuses across the province.
And What You Should Know About Where Interns Fit in Quebec’s Labour Code
Getting these agreements on paper shows you’re serious about not seeing your boundaries crossed.
The Cost of Doing It All
With all the buzzwords in feminist theory, we can have a tendency not to fully understand their meaning, and see them as nothing more than a label.
From Documents to Dinner, the People Who Deliver Your Poutine Through the Cold and Rain Speak Up
Long before the big names of app delivery gained foothold in North America, delivering goods by bike was still an industry in dense urban cities.
I’m Burnt Out, You’re Burnt Out, We’re All Burnt Out
The causes of burnout are increasingly systemic.
Personal Narrative: Delving Into the Reality of Life as a Trans Woman
It was at the very young age of five that I asked my parents, “Am I a boy or a girl?”