Pro-pedestrian march takes over a greener Ste. Catherine St. … momentarily

Concordia University, no stranger to environmental awareness and positive action, again took to the streets as 10 individuals representing the university took part in the Car-Free Day march downtown on Friday. “[We] will be participating along with about 20 different institutions,” said Melissa Garcia Lamarca, Concordia’s Sustainability Coordinator.

Concordia University, no stranger to environmental awareness and positive action, again took to the streets as 10 individuals representing the university took part in the Car-Free Day march downtown on Friday.

“[We] will be participating along with about 20 different institutions,” said Melissa Garcia Lamarca, Concordia’s Sustainability Coordinator.

The march began slightly before noon, at the intersection of Ste. Catherine St. and McGill College St., ending at Place des Arts. Organizations such as Hydro Qu

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