A Story of Activism: Reflections on Her Journey
Dr.Myrna Lashley, a professor, activist and change maker, was elected as this year’s English spokesperson during Black History Month in Montreal.
Resources for Student Parents, Arts Students and Financial Tips
Here are some handy resources for new and returning students.
What You Need to Know About Campus Sexual Violence
This year Concordia’s administration faced one of its biggest public relations scandals in recent years.
This Year’s Forecast for the CSU and AVEQ
So, what will you be paying for this year?
A Look at Three Developing Areas
Many of Montreal’s neighbourhoods are gentrifying. Some areas are far along in the process, and others are just beginning to accelerate.
The Conflict in Palestine and Activism in Montreal
The relationship between events in Palestine and the support through activism shown in Montreal. This timeline takes a look at the different events in both Palestine and Montreal, and remembers the Netanyahu Riots.
Opiate Users at Risk, Contamination Poses Threat in Street Drugs
A look at the drugs contaminated with fentanyl in Montreal, how to prevent an overdose, and how to react during an overdose.
Fascism and Policing Go Hand in Hand
From its historic rise in the early 20th century to Quebec today, fascism and policing have always gone hand in hand.
Anti-Fascism Requires Links With the Community
Quebec has a fascism problem.
How Worker’s Unions are Involved in the Fight against Fascism
Back in the 1920s, the Industrial Workers of the World, the historic union known for its opposition to capitalism and demand for direct democracy in the workplace, was a vocal opponent of the Ku Klux Klan.