At the bottom of Mount-Royal lies the Royal Victoria Hospital (RVH)––the site of an ongoing legal battle where McGill’s colonial past and the fight for truth and justice come to a head. On Sept. 12, McGill commenced drilling on the New Vic Project, aiming to “revitalize” the RVH in service[Read More…]
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On Sept. 9, members of the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) voted to approve a handful of new socially conservative policies, meant to levy an attack against so-called “woke ideology.” Though in recent years the right have co-opted the term to refer to anything they dislike, the term “woke“ initially[Read More…]
The past week has been marked by a heatwave sweeping across the country, with temperatures rising approximately ten degrees higher than the September average in Montreal. As McGill students walked to classes through the humid air, one thing was made clear: Even the most privileged are no longer spared from[Read More…]
McGill employees will once again bear the brunt of poor administrative choices. AMUSE (Association of McGill University Support Employees) has been fighting for better living conditions and wages for residence Floor Fellows, but they now have to make yet another sacrifice: Their living space. In March 2023, the McGill administration[Read More…]
We are divorcing McGill from The McGill Tribune. And it’s about time our university changes its name, too. As McGill entered its third century in 2021, it launched a $2 billion fundraising campaign celebrating its history and legacy as an institution. This campaign, however, illustrated the university’s continued indifference toward[Read More…]