Around 200 concerned citizens and environmental activists packed into the Loyola Chapel on Thursday evening to listen — and be heard — on the topic of Canada’s climate change plan.
The event was hosted by Marc Garneau, the federal minister of transport, as part of a series of public consultations on climate change, which the federal government says will help shape government policy.
A new sexual violence policy is in effect at Concordia University this school year, which aims to improve and streamline support resources for victims of sexual assault and various forms of sexual harassment on campus.
(Originally published on December 11, 2015) On Wednesday evening, David Waddington, an associate professor in Concordia University’s department of education, went on Facebook and posted about his experience running into an anti-austerity protest on his way home from work that night.
(Originally published on November 7, 2015) Around 3,000 students and supporters marched through the streets of Downtown Montreal on Thursday to denounce the Quebec Liberal government’s austerity measures.
The march lasted nearly three hours and eventually ended with a hundred or so remaining protesters dispersing at the entrance of Berri metro station on Ste. Catherine St.
Welcome to this week’s edition of The Download, featuring stories from thelinknewspaper.ca.
Listen about student strikes in Montreal, an update about the life of a deported minor in Mexico and a discussion with Julian McKenzie on the untold stories and problems of concussions in football.
Concordia Prof Brooke Jeffrey speaks about her new book “Dismantling Canada.”
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