Study Finds Selfless Trend in Protesters’ Motives
One year after the largest student movement in Canada’s history, studies are looking into who was actually protesting, and what they…
Packed Agenda Stretches First Council Meeting Past 10 Hours
In keeping with tradition, Wednesday’s CSU council meeting lasted until the early morning hours. But unlike similarly…
Board Approves Changes to Admin Salaries, Severance and Evaluation
Concordia is looking to clean up their act when it comes to governance and severance packages.
First CLAC Protest Not to be Declared Illegal This Year
Approximately 60 protesters took to the street on bicycles in a mobile demonstration against Montreal’s annual Formula One…
“À qui la ville?” Group Calls for Backup, Banishes Mainstream Media
Peter Sergakis has had a change of heart.
Survey Shows Students Feel Unprepared for Ethical Conflicts
The allegations of collusion and corruption in the construction industry that have rocked Quebec politics since the Charbonneau…
Desjardins and Genest-Grégoire Discuss Next Steps
After two years at the head of the Fédération Étudiante Universitaire du Québec, Martine Desjardins is stepping down.
Thwarted Demo Links Labour and Anti-Capitalist Issues
Montreal’s May Day protest was nearly over before it began, with roughly 300 people detained and ticketed in the the city’s Old Port Wednesday afternoon.
Community Supports Mile End Flower Shop After Fire
After Tamey Lau lost her Mile End flower shop in a devastating fire the night of April 23, thousands of people from the neighbourhood, and others as far away as Vancouver, came to her support. Every day since the fire, customers and friends have dropped by the boarded-up store to offer their sympathy and donate money to help rebuild Dragon Flowers, a Mile End fixture of 27 years.
Candidates Pushing Public Transit and Transparency
Montreal’s municipal election may still be months away, but Projet Montréal has already nominated two candidates in…
Current Bishop’s University Dean of Arts and Science to Take Office in June
In keeping with recent tradition, there will be another new face on campus next year.