“We Don’t Deserve to Die and We Don’t Deserve to be Beaten”
“My heart breaks for our children, for our grandchildren, for those faces that we haven’t seen yet. Things need to change. Our people need to be safe and they’re not.”
Sedalia Kawennotas Fazio, a Mohawk elder from Kahnawake, began the annual Montreal Valentine’s Day commemoration of Missing and Murdered Women with a dose of reality on Wednesday. Things need to change.
There’s a large group of people at Concordia that care enough about your food that they spent their whole weekend talking about it.
From Friday to Sunday, the Concordia Food Coalition hosted their annual Transitions conference to talk about ways to make the food on campus more secure and sustainable for all students.
Infrastructure Is the Answer to Preventable Cyclist Deaths
Last month, a driver allegedly made an illegal U-turn and fatally injured 18 year-old cyclist Clément Ouimet on Camillien-Houde Way.
After the incident, the conversation quickly turned to outrage about infrastructure, and politicians took advantage of the incident to discuss safety measures for that particular section of the road.
In fact, Le Devoir reported that safety recommendations for that area have been made and subsequently dis...
A Sex Ed(itorial) Column
Your eyes may have glanced over the title of this article and then checked to see who wrote it.
You probably don’t recognize my name, so you might assume I am going to share my STI experiences. You might be wondering which one I have. Herpes? Chlamydia? HPV?
I don’t actually have an STI. In fact, I’ve never had one.
My STI status has no relevance to who I am. Except, I still felt the need to tell you I’ve never contracted one.
That is the fundamental issue with STIs—t...
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