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A look at how events in generate reaction and waves of support in through protests, events and campaigns calling out human rights issues. By
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How is passing the blame for their own institutional failure onto survivors of sexual violence.
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Tuition rates to spike for in 2019 following Quebec's announcement that universities will be allowed to charge students at any rate the university prefers. By
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How do build their teams? takes a look at how teams bring athletes into their programs.
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The Link Sep 19
. is at the centre of another complaint at the Quebec Human Rights and Youth Rights Commission. By
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The Link Sep 18
. emerged victorious on Sunday afternoon as they pulled off an emotional win over the McGill Martlets to take home this year's Kelly-Anne Drummond Cup. By
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The Link Sep 18
Did you know that has three galleries? Probably not, so read this article and learn all about them!
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The Link Sep 18
The Link is hosting elections soon! See post for eligibility and details on how to apply.
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The Link Sep 18
. is at the centre of another complaint at the Quebec Human Rights and Youth Rights Commission. By
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The Link Sep 18
In light of the allegations of sexual misconduct against the former president, a student is filing a complaint against ASFA to the Quebec’s Human Rights Commission.
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Miriam Lafontaine Sep 17
is at Quebec’s first ever english debate tonight, follow this thread for more
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The Link Sep 17
. hockey rookies start on the right foot with a strong preseason game. by
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The Link Sep 17
For the second week in a row, football pull off a comeback thanks to to strong second half offense. by
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The Link Sep 17
In a game full of emotion and tension, men's soccer fell 2-1. By
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The Link Sep 16
Over 2000 marched at the Quebec March For the Environment, calling for current political candidates to start taking into account environmental issues. By
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The Link Sep 16
Despite coming out on the wrong side of a close game, women's soccer are optimistic about their team moving forward.
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The Link Sep 16
Team Canada improves to 6-1 after an 85-77 victory over Brazil. by #FIBA
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Alexander Perez Sep 15
I'll be covering The Planet Joins the Campaign march today for this afternoon. March begins at the Montreal Science Centre and will finish off at Mont-Royal Park. Follow thread for updates.
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Dustin Kagan Fleming Sep 15
First preseason game for men’s hockey! Follow along for updates as this large rookie class has its first chance to impress their coaching staff
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Elias Grigoriadis Sep 15
I’m live tweeting the Concordia - McGill football game so follow along!
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