Quebec’s long-awaited summit on higher education came to a largely inconclusive end last Tuesday as students returned to…
Following the end of the education summit, over 10,000 protesters led the way through downtown Montreal last Tuesday…
The highly anticipated summit on higher education organized by the provincial government began Monday morning, where Premier Pauline…
The Concordia Student Union held a town hall meeting with guest speakers Monday night, about the much-anticipated education summit that will take place at the end of February.
One of the most anticipated promises from the Parti Québécois, the provincial summit on education, will be held next month to discuss future plans for Quebec’s governance and management for post-secondary education funds.
Following the volatile year that was 2012, the new year is bound to bring some interesting issues to the table in terms of higher education in Quebec and at Concordia as well. Here are some events and associations which students should remember to keep an eye on.
The Concordia Student Union will start campaigning for student involvement in order to hold a vote related to the provincial government’s upcoming education summit scheduled for mid-February.
The Parti Québécois announced a plan detailing the higher education summit that is set to take place early in the new year, last Thursday.
Students of anglophone universities hope to voice their concerns at the upcoming education summit put forth by the provincial government to investigate university governance and management of post-secondary funds.