Student groups are deciding whether to ramp up anti-austerity action now or wait till half a million public sector workers are ready to join in and launch a strike.
Commentary about the impact of Quebec’s austerity plan and the province’s history of activism in the creative community.
It hasn’t taken long for Montreal police to dust off the bad habits they were so roundly criticized for in 2012.
The Quebec Bar Owners’ Association president fought the Bell Centre and the Bell Centre won + a new music festival comes to Parc Jean Drapeau, a Mile End park is renamed in memory of a local musician & more in our news round-up.
It wasn’t your imagination — the rich really are getting richer, according to new data from Statistics Canada. Plus: Quebec Liberal leadership debates heat up and the PQ gets squirrelly on tuition fees. Here’s your Monday news round-up.
These stories and columns are among Cult MTL‘s city editors’ favourites from the past year.
Toronto’s FUSE magazine launches its first-ever bilingual issue in Montreal this weekend, guest-edited by local Artivistic collective.
Colonization of thought: art, economy and politics is a series of film screenings and talks encouraging an exchange of ideas about how politics and economics affect our social and cultural fabric.
The students are back, and even the ones wearing red squares have them pinned to frat-approved “puke suits” or Bedazzled sweatpants. Here are the five worst offenders.
One week to go. In a mere seven days, Quebecers will head to the polls and — well, shit, no one knows what they’ll do. But that’s not for lack of trying.