Tasty Tex-Mex black bean burger

ccpalate.blogspot.com When I became a vegetarian, one thing I missed was eating hamburgers. There’s nothing quite the same as biting into a hearty burger to satisfy your hunger. That’s why I was thrilled to learn how to make my own bean burgers. Rich in protein and fibre as well as[Read More…]

Nov. 10 according to the police

This past week, the Independent Student Inquiry made available to the Daily, Le Delit, and the Tribune a set of eight documents from the Montreal police regarding the events of Nov. 10. Multiple police officers completed the documents, giving individual accounts of events. The Tribune has compiled the information to[Read More…]

Montreal Winter Activities

Don’t let those winter blues get you down. Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean you should stay inside all day at the library. So, to bring some variety to the snow-filled months that lie before us all, the Tribune has compiled a list of the winter activities Montreal has[Read More…]

The Maldives struggle for survival

With the recent dump of snow and freezing temperatures, global warming is probably the last thing on the minds of most Montrealers.  While global warming may sound favourable when it’s -21 degrees celcius outside, for some it’s a daily threat. Each year the Maldives loses three of its inhabited islands[Read More…]

MUNACA strike ends

The McGill University Non-Academic Certified Association (MUNACA) voted to accept a collective agreement with the McGill administration on Dec. 5. The union members had been on strike since Sept. 1, 2011 and had been without a labour contract since November 2010. The five-year collective agreement was approved by 71.5 per[Read More…]

‘Exposing MUNACA’ stirs controversy

Ryan Reiset / McGill Tribune  In the first week of November, two students created Exposing MUNACA, a blog aiming to denounce many of MUNACA’s claims and positions in the recent labour dispute. As stated on the blog, which has received over 40,000 hits to date, the students’ mission is to[Read More…]

Thousands of students protest provincial tuition increases

Elisha Lerner / McGill Tribune Elisha Lerner / McGill Tribune Over 20,000 students from all over Quebec gathered on Thursday, Nov. 10 at Place Émile-Gamelin near UQAM to demonstrate against the provincial government’s proposed tuition increases. The Quebec government announced that it would be increasing university tuition for local students[Read More…]

Riot Police at McGill

Elisha Lerner Following the end of the  province-wide demonstration against tuition hikes, 14 students occupied the fifth floor of the James Administration Building wearing hoods and masks. According to Fariddudin Attar Rifai, president of the Association of McGill Undergraduate Student Employees, this occupation allegedly occurred around 4:00 p.m. Soon after,[Read More…]

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