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PGSS Special Referendum endorsement: CFS

The Tribune gives its endorsement for the Post-Graduate Students’ Society of McGill University’s (PGSS) Special Referendum. Referendum to Consider Membership in the Canadian Federation of Students – “No” This referendum question is being held following a prolonged legal battle between the Post-Graduate Students’ Society of McGill University (PGSS) and the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS).… Keep Reading

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Thousands march in Montreal and Quebec City against provincial austerity measures

Tens of thousands of protesters participated in a march against the Quebec government’s proposed austerity measures on Saturday, Nov. 29. According to the organizers of the protest, the Collectif Refusons l’Austerité, over 125,000 people participated in both Montreal and Quebec City. Protesters included representatives from student unions, employees of the public sector, and members of… Keep Reading

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Quebec Superior Court rules against Tariq Khan’s interim injunction to be reinstated as SSMU President

The Quebec Superior Court ruled against issuing the interim injunction filed by Tariq Khan that would have restored Khan as the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) President, following a hearing last Friday. Because the President’s term began on June 1, the interim injunction was filed in order to decide on the President position until… Keep Reading

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In provincial election, student issues absent

On April 7, Quebec will go to the polls to elect a new government. The campaign has been marked by claims and counterclaims of voter suppression, voter fraud, duplicity, and an overall tone of nastiness. What it hasn’t been marked by is attention to issues relating to university students. That said, this editorial is not… Keep Reading

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