In “Small numbers of loud voices protest Gaza” (News, January 12), The Daily incorrectly wrote that the protest was organized by QPIRG Concordia, when in fact it was called for by Tadamon! and Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights (SPHR). Further, Laith Marouf is from SPHR and Aaron Lakoff is from Tadamon!, neither were representing QPIRG Concordia at the demonstration. Also, in “AMUSE puts its chips in” (News, January 12), The Daily incorrectly wrote that AMUSE had collected 50 per cent of undergraduate workers’ signatures — the number the Quebec Labour Relations Board requires in order to grant union accreditation. In fact, AMUSE does not know the exact percentage of signatures it has acquired but believes it to be in the 50 per cent range, and is hoping for the next steps towards accreditation. The Daily regrets these errors.
Editors’ note: Because of a slip on production night, these errors were not acknowledged in the print edition of today’s paper. They will appear in our next paper, on Thursday Jan 22. We apologizes for this mistake.