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Quebec

Podcast
Aug 31, 2011

Mobilizing the Will to Intervene

Street Cred
Dr. Frank Chalk from Concordia University on Mobilizing the Will to Intervene, an initiative to inform governments and prevent mass atrocities before they occur.
Columnists
Aug 30, 2011

Which way ahead for Quebec?

The movement for Quebec independence, born in the 1960s, and incarnated by the Parti Quebecois, the promoter of the province's sovereignty, is undergoing severe internal and external strains.
Podcast
Aug 23, 2011

The Sergakis Series: Ex-employees speak out!

Street Cred
Ex-employees at Montreal's La Station des Sports, a sports bar in downtown Montreal, speak out against the way they were mistreated by their former boss.
News
Aug 22, 2011
NDP leader Jack Layton in Winnipeg during the 2011 federal election campaign. Photo: Matt Jiggins/Flickr

Jack Layton's letter to Canadians

Jack Layton
'My friends, love is better than anger. Hope is better than fear. Optimism is better than despair. So let us be loving, hopeful and optimistic.' Read Jack's last letter to Canadians.
News
Aug 22, 2011
Suncor CEO Richard L. George (right) with former Syrian Prime Minister Mohammad Naji Otri. They are under a large portrait of President Bashar Al-Assad in an undated photo. George told CBC's The Current that Suncor was 'not connected to the Assad regime.'

Compromising photos: Suncor CEO must come clean on links to Syria

The Collective for Syria in Montreal/Collectif pour la Syrie à Montréal
Richard L. George is urged to go public on the company's relationship with the brutal Assad regime, which has been attacking protesters for months -- and remove Suncor from Syria.
Blog
Aug 15, 2011

Concordia's 'culture of contempt'

Nick Falvo
A report on governance at Concordia University paints a picture of a rogue Board of Governors that ignored its own rules, undermined its president, and micro-managed the operations of the university.

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