Student in Quebec Increasingly Vocal About Unpaid Internships
Concordia will be taking on a two year plan to address the challenges that many students’ describe facing in their internships.
CEO Exceeds Budget Due to Additional Tasks
The Chief Electoral Officer’s honorarium has been raised to $13,000 after surpassing the budget this year.
Union Gathers Protests During Board of Governors Meeting
Teaching and Research Assistants at Concordia continue to tussle with the university over wages and split contracts.
Three Protesters Injured by Unauthorized Use of Firearm During a 2012 Student Protest in Victoriaville
Sûreté du Québec officer was recently suspended for 35 days without pay due to the use of rubber bullets shot into a crowd during a Victoriaville protest in 2012.
Harassment Policy Still Being Worked On
The Arts and Sciences Federations Associations outgoing president, Jonathan Roy has resigned from his position, effective immediately.
“The Way Sexual Violence Complaints Are Handled Needs To Change.”
When asked if they heard of abusive professors within their universities, about 450 McGill and Concordia students raised their hands.
A “Mothers Sit In” to Put Pressure on Lucy Francineth Granados’ Permanent Residency
“Mothers united cannot be deported!” chanted human rights defender Rehana Hashmi in front of Citizen and Immigration Canada offices in downtown Montreal.
Pension Plan a Discussion Point for CUPFA and CULEU
During the launch of Concordia’s new Webster library, a project that cost the school about $37 million, the Concordia University Library Employee Union President, Kent Cluff, claimed that “library staff have been forced to take a major pay cut,” in a letter to The Link.
Survivor and Allies Launch Campaign for Resignation, New Policies
A new website calls for Jonathan Roy’s resignation from the Arts and Science Federation of Associations and from the Concordia Student Union, where he is an Arts and Science Councillor.
Speak Up to Take Office, Ballots to be Recounted
A judicial board in the Concordia Student Union has unanimously overturned the disqualification of Speak Up, after Chief-Electoral Officer Nicholas Roberts disqualified the highest-ranking team on March 30.
Graduate Students to Express Discontent With GSA
The Graduate Student Association scheduled their general assembly from 6 P.M. to 8 P.M. on Friday, but the meeting was called off due to short attendance.