Getting started is often the toughest hurdle in the business world. District 3, Concordia’s startup incubator, was developed to help fledgling companies overcome that.
The future of the public broadcasting corporation in Canada is in trouble, according to CBC president Hubert Lacroix. He discussed his views of the industry and other recent controversies to Concordia’s Journalism department last Wednesday evening.
“We’re all Palestinians.” These are the words of Jeff Halper, one of 191 Nobel Peace Prize nominees in 2006. Not only a sentiment of solidarity, this statement reflects the effects of Israeli military research on civil liberties in Canada, according to the Israeli academic and peace activist.
Lead Vocalist Kathryn Calder of The New Pornographers Shares Insight on New Album
The New Pornographers are coming back to Montreal this Wednesday, ready to sway the Corona Theatre with a whole lot of keyboards, plenty of synthesizers and energetic pop sounds. With the release of their new studio album Brill Bruisers, the band call themselves a pop super-group.
Dissecting Ottawa’s Neoliberal Crusade Against Public Industry
One wonders if the reforms at Canada Post are part of a strategy to eventually privatize the company. What does a Crown corporation do before it is privatized? Well, it streamlines, reduces costs, reduces services and transforms itself into a more skeletal and profitable model.
Visiting Irish Scholar Set to Begin First-Ever Gaelic Athletic Association Club at Concordia
Formed in the 19th century, the Gaelic Athletic Association has over one million participants worldwide and features numerous Irish sports, including Gaelic football and hurling. Both sports are huge hits in their native country of Ireland and games are played in front of tens of thousands of fans.
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