Series of Different Events and Workshops Begins Next Monday
The Concordia Student Union is hosting Anti-Consumerism Week starting Feb. 15.
ASFA Spends Over $16,000 for Controversial Vlogger Laci Green
Controversial YouTube blogger and sexual education activist Laci Green was paid $16,000 for speaking at a student-organized event at Concordia University last semester.
Group of Panelists included Green Party of Quebec Leader Alex Tyrrell
The panel called, “No Pipelines: What’s Next?” took place on the seventh floor of Concordia’s Hall building on Tuesday.
“It’s for all women,” emphasized Chantel Henderson, an organizer of this year’s seventh Annual Montreal Memorial March to Honour the Lives of Missing and Murdered Women.
Sonia Trudel’s Departure Was a “Mutual Agreement”
The severance package is stipulated in Trudel’s contract as being a year’s salary, according to documents obtained by The Link in an access to information request.
Organization Nominated by Roundtable for Black History Month
The Jamaica Association of Montreal is a community organization where Jamaica’s culture and food were celebrated and offers social services for the community.
Consulting Firm Accenture Connects Business Students with The Yellow Door
Concordia business and engineering students have begun a six-week initiative to aid one of Montreal’s oldest not-for-profit organizations, The Yellow Door.
Quebec in Talks Over 2016-2017 Higher Education Budget
Quebec’s education ministry has yet to release its university budget model for next year, but the province is considering slashing subsidies again and allowing universities to raise international tuition by 25 per cent to recoup the losses.
Concordia Students’ New Provincial Representation Operating with Interim Staff and Short-Term Budget
The Association for the Voice of Education in Quebec (AVEQ) is currently being run by a temporary staff of five positions, according to interim Communications Coordinator Isaac Stethem.
Counter-Protesters to Right-Wing Group: “No Hatred, No Fear, Immigrants Are Welcome Here”
Around 150 people gathered outside of Jarry metro station on Saturday afternoon to stage a counter-protest against PEGIDA Québec, the right-wing political group calling for more restrictive government immigration policies, especially in regards to Muslims.
Concordia’s Arts and Science Federation is restructuring their model.
A proposal to restructure the federation was approved at a special council meeting on Thursday in an attempt to combat the “toxic atmosphere” staining its reputation.