Burritoville Seeks More Funding From the CSU Amid Potential Legal Issues
Behind all the construction on Bishop St. is a restaurant failing to live up to its name, as no burritos have been made since its closure in late May.
Both Pro And Anti-Pipeline Demonstrators Gathered To Express Their Views On The Contentious Pipeline Project
Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre cancelled his scheduled appearance, calling the event a “circus.”
American Activist Changing the Dialogue to End Rape Culture
A group of women are sitting under a tree in Trinity Bellwoods Park. Meanwhile, passersby on the paths around the gathering stared down at their feet, transfixed by the brightly coloured chalk messages lining the cement.
PhD Student Collaborates with ConU to Educate and Encourage Students to Compost
What’s the difference between a brown paper bag and an empty bag of chips? One is compostable and the other isn’t. Can you tell?
ConU Students Set to Compete at World’s Largest Synthetic Biology Competition
In October, ten Concordia science students will be travelling to Boston with some very precious cargo: nanoparticle-coated cells. Their goal? A gold medal.
Caisse de dépôt Targeted for Its Investment in the Gaspésie Project, No Police Present During Demo
The factory, if completed, will emit between 1.8 and 2.2 million tonnes of Co2 per year, according to Canada’s environmental ministry. This would increase Quebec’s industrial greenhouse gas emissions by ten per cent.
Far-right Jewish Group Drove from Toronto to Oppose Palestine-Solidarity
Members of the Jewish Defense League had driven to Montreal from Toronto with the intention of disrupting Palestine solidarity events at the ongoing World Social Forum.
Gathering of Global Social Movements Taking Place in Global North for First Time.
An estimated 10,000 people took to the streets of downtown Montreal on Tuesday afternoon to commemorate the opening of the World Social Forum.
After recent high profile reports of police killing black men and women in the United States, three women organized a gathering at Cabot Square to honour the lives of the lost and express their rejection of police brutality and racism.
Controversial Bylaw Curbed in Favour of Protester Rights
In her ruling, Justice Chantal Masse modified article 2.1 of the bylaw, which requires that an itinerary be provided to police by organizers of a demonstration.
Protester Arrested After He Shouted and Hurled a Projectile at a Quebec Politician
The man’s outburst was met with audible gasps and groans from the assembled crowd of roughly 3,000 people, who began calling for renewed calm in response.