On August 29, activists at an action to defund the police in Montreal’s Place du Canada toppled a statue of the first prime minister of Canada, John A. MacDonald, who has family ties to the slave trade.
With the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Quebec now exceeding 2,498, provincial Premier François Legault has put the province “on hold” for at least… Read More »The Housing Crisis Is Not a Symptom of COVID-19
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On Bell Let’s Talk Day – January 29, 2020 – prisoners’ rights groups in Toronto and Ottawa held demonstrations titled “Bell Let Us Talk’’ in… Read More »Bell, Let’s Talk About the Prison Industrial Complex
In the context of the climate crisis, projects such as the Trans Mountain Pipeline have received widespread backlash for being environmentally destructive. However, a newly… Read More »#RejectTeck: Stand With Indigenous Land Protectors
The Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ) government recently announced its plan to abolish the Ethics and Religious Culture (ECR) course, which has been compulsory in Quebec… Read More »CAQ’s “Secular” Education Promotes Xenophobia
For over a year, the Association of Graduate Students Employed at McGill (AGSEM) has been in negotiations with the McGill administration regarding the teaching assistants’… Read More »Fight for the Rights of Teaching Support Workers