CUPFA Wants More Course Assignments, Administrative Work and Representation
Five hundred and thirty-six days—and counting. That’s how long the Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association has been without a collective agreement.
Kim Tallbear Discusses How Colonization Instituted Monogamy Into Indigenous Communities
Hosted in collaboration with Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace, the Future Imaginary Lecture series is an initiative intended to provide a public forum where “innovative Indigenous thinkers, makers and activists can come and share their visions of the future,” according to Jason Lewis.
The New Institute Will Explore Urban Sustainability, Architecture, Art and Culture
Concordia’s Institute for Urban Futures has united with Entremise, a non-profit organization seeking to match space-less people to people-less spaces, to address this scourge.
Also: Fee-Levy Increase for QPIRG to Be Put to Ballot
When Concordia University’s new Chief Financial Officer Denis Cossette announced an increase in tuition because of the school’s projected $6.4 million deficit, the CSU created the Stop the Hike Ad-Hoc Committee at a council meeting on Wednesday.
How Uplifting Indigenous Business in Post-Secondary Institutions Helps Us All
The panelists included Gladue, Elizabeth Fast, an assistant professor in the Concordia Department of Applied Human Sciences, and Ghislain Picard, the Assembly of First Nations Regional Chief of Quebec and Labrador.
Issues of Transparency Revealed, Students May Escalate Protest Tactics
Concordia University Foundation has an estimated ten per cent of its investments placed in the fossil fuel industry, which includes oils and pipelines, according to Freedman. This is difficult to know exactly, he said, because there are no detailed breakdowns of their investments.
Graham Carr Has a List of Nine Academic Priorities for the Coming Year
Embedded within Carr’s list of nine priorities is an “Indigenous Strategy,” along with various other goals, all focused around supporting both faculty and students in their academic pursuits.
Senate eligibility bylaws state that senators cannot serve if they have been sanctioned under the university’s Code of Rights and Responsibilities.
Trans, Black, Indigenous and Palestinian Communities Resist Separately, Together
This search for acceptance, and resistance to swallow rejection are inherently associated with being mistreated, according to Catherine Richardson, an associate professor at Université de Montreal, as part of her panel presentation.
Leadership Structure Changed, Wages Cut
In an effort to continue operating a sustainable business, the Hive Cafe Solidarity Co-operative will be raising food prices for both their downtown and Loyola Campus locations.
Pilot Project Set to Create Four Multi-Energy Stations In the Province
The minister called the program the “formal announcement of an energy transition.”