This week we give updates from the bail hearing of Hashim Saadi, the suspect charged in connection with bomb threats made against Concordia’s Muslim community.
Also in store: The Board of Governors meeting on Wednesday, TRAC’s unexpected election, and more potholes this year.
Hosts: Franca Mignacca and Miriam Lafontaine
Editorial read by: Carl Bindman
Smooth Jazz in Stingers Land with Harrison-Milo Rahajason
News Editors Franca Mignacca and Miriam Lafontaine talk about developments in the Concordia bomb threat story, the newly elected CASA president, the Accessibility Audit, and more.
Jonathan Cook and Jon Milton read the editorial.
Alex Perez and Harrison Milo discuss sports in their segment, “What’s Up in Stinger’s Land”.
It’s midterms and we’re still here.
We discussed student politics this week: CASA’s elections, PSSA’s attempt to leave ASFA, and ASFA’s recent council meeting.
Also discussed is the recent investment in student housing made from the City of Montreal.
With your hosts Franca Mignacca and Miriam Lafontaine here again. Let’s talk news.
This is the revival, we’re bringing it back.
With new hosts Miriam Lafontaine and Franca Mignacca.
Today we’re looking over the Link’s news from this week.
PSSA is considering leaving ASFA, we look into new findings from one of AVEQ’s recent studies, and also discuss leaks that surfaced from CASA’s private executive page.
Also in on the podcast is Harrison Rahajason here to talk about nachos, and Alex Perez with the latest on sports.
Matt D’Amours talks about “Automne chaud” protests against austerity, which are underway.
Sunday’s vigil for missing and murdered indigenous women called on politicians for a federal inquiry.
Sports recaps courtesy Julian McKenzie.
Old Man Matt and Young Blood McKenzie talk Another Brick in The Wall Part I, II and III by Pink Floyd.