SSMU votes to advocate non-compliance with Charter

SSMU advocates for a stance of non-compliance with Bill 60 The Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) will advocate that the university adopt a policy of non-compliance towards the Parti Québécois’ proposed Charter of Values, following a motion passed at the Dec. 5 Legislative Council meeting. If implemented, the Charter[Read More…]

Political clubs debate Canada’s place in the world

Representatives from the student-run Conservative McGill, Liberal McGill, and New Democratic Party (NDP) McGill faced off in a political campaign-style debate on Canadian trade, security, and immigration hosted by the McGill Debating Union on Nov. 19. Titled “Canada’s Place in the World,” the debate featured six students—two representatives from each[Read More…]

Professors and students debate state-mandated secularism

Professors and students tackled issues of secularism in the public sphere in a Canadian parliamentary-style debate on Nov. 14. The event was hosted by the McGill Interfaith Students’ Council (MISC), in collaboration with the McGill Debating Union, the Political Bouillon, and the Political Science Students’ Association (PSSA). Law professor Robert[Read More…]

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