Students all over Quebec asking for universities to Lower tuition In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, universities…
The news spread like wildfire on social media after the CSU shared a statement on a variety of…
The Parti Québécois announced a plan detailing the higher education summit that is set to take place early in the new year, last Thursday.
The provincial government issued official directives to post-secondary institutions on the rollback of the tuition fee increase last week.
The costs of this year’s student strike movement is the centre of attention yet again as the l'Université du Québec à Montréal claims the protests associated with the university amounted to $20 million and the provincial government estimates that overall costs for all post-secondary institutions are at $40 million and counting.
Students gathered at Concordia University’s downtown campus on Thursday for the Quebec Public Interest Research Group’s “Red Square Block Party” as part of the week long DISorientation.
Concordia University announced that it will not be modifying the current tuition fee arrangement, which includes the increase tabled by the outgoing Liberal government, until it receives directives from the new Government of Quebec.