100 Anti-Austerity Protesters Take Over Downtown Montreal
Montreal police used tear gas and shock tactics to repel demonstrators Saturday evening.
The protest—dubbed “Grosse Manif de Soir” on Facebook—was composed of young people and union delegates from the Confédération des syndicats nationaux (CSN).
Former President Facing Sexual and Racial Harassment Tribunal Compensated For Time at Student Association
The council of the Arts and Science Faculty Association at Concordia University partly ignored a motion passed at its annual general meeting of members, and awarded Paul Jerajian an honorarium of $593 for his former role as president.
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Annual Digital Arts Gathering to Change in the Future
This year’s Sight + Sound explores networked art in an ultra-localized setting, while addressing financial insecurities in the art world by bringing the festival back to its roots.
Concordia’s Long-time Defunct Student Bar Will be Open Early in the Fall Semester
Renovations for Reggie’s will begin in a “maximum [of] two weeks” and open in “mid-September” after the Concordia Student Union chose a contractor to complete the million dollar four month project.
Former Montreal Alouette Etienne Boulay Talks Overcoming Depression
Concussions don’t go away, and overcoming one both mentally and physically is a taxing process. With information about the effects of concussions being openly discussed, more and more players are sharing their stories, and the multiple issues they face.
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