This article was last updated at 12 p.m. on Oct. 4. Voters streamed into polling stations to cast ballots in Quebec’s provincial election on Oct. 3. Polls closed at 8 p.m., concluding five weeks of campaigning dominated by issues such as language and minority rights, Indigenous issues and separatism, and[Read More…]
This week on Along Party Lines, The McGill Tribune examines where Quebec’s major political parties stand on housing and healthcare ahead of the provincial election on Oct. 3. Housing in Quebec Over the past several years, Quebec has faced a housing shortage compounded by skyrocketing rents and asking prices, limited[Read More…]
Content Warning: mentions of residential schools, racism, and abuse Ahead of Quebec provincial elections on Oct. 3, The McGill Tribune looked into each major political party’s stance on the issues of Quebec nationalism and Indigenous relations. Pressing Indigenous issues in Quebec today In June 2021, the National Assembly of Quebec[Read More…]
In this week’s segment of Along Party Lines, The McGill Tribune looks into the stances of the major political parties regarding Bill 96 and Bill 21. What are Bill 96 and Bill 21? An Act respecting French, or Bill 96, was adopted in the National Assembly of Quebec on May[Read More…]
The Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) and Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) have each released their respective rankings of the world’s top universities for the upcoming academic year. After eight years of decline, McGill has improved in both rankings. CWUR rates McGill as the 27th-best university in the world, an increase[Read More…]
The McGill Tribune took to the Y to ask students where they thought McGill fell on the 2018 QS university rankings!