Six years ago, Winifred Agimelen escaped from the country where she was kidnapped with her children, faced the threat of genital mutilation and death, as well as lost sight of her husband—who may or may not still be alive. On Sunday, a technicality sent her back.
Fabien Prioville’s Reverse_Me Invades the Goethe-Institut
Choreographer Fabien Prioville’s new performance art piece h3. Reverse_Me will take-over the Montreal location of the German non-profit Goethe-Institut this week.
On Sunday, Winifred Agimelen, a refugee and mother of three, was deported back to Nigeria—a country from which she was forced to flee in 2008, after being kidnapped and threatened with genital mutilation.
Stingers Lay Waste to Crosstown Rival McGill to Recapture Shaughnessy Cup
When the clock hit zero at Friday night’s football game between the Concordia Stingers and the McGill Redmen, it brought an end to a Shaughnessy Cup game that went very much like the last for head coach Mickey Donovan.
ConU Grad Works to Bring Fresh Vegetables and Community Spirit to the Plateau
It’s amazing how far a little bit of chicken wire can get you. A community gardening initiative is getting itself off the ground with the help of sundry donations like extra wood and shovels.
Exploring the floral theme, curatorial platform Collectif Blanc is presenting its third pop-up exhibition bringing together artists, editors and designers from all around the world to exchange and meet the Montreal public.
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