Bullied? The truth about chemical spills. Grid iron defeat.
Concordia in the news
Posted on October 30, 2017
Current students at Concordia do outstanding academic work and get involved in community projects that improve our quality of life. See what they've been up to:
- CTV Montreal News (video and text) reports that Concordia journalism student Nicholas Di Giovanni has alleged he was he was bullied by Dollard des Ormeaux mayor Ed Janiszewski while he was working on a story for The Concordian. Among those featured in the story is Alex Bottausci, a mayoral candidate in Dollard des Ormeaux and employee in Concordia's Institute for Cooperative Education. The story also features the incumbent mayor, Janiszewski, mentioning that he is a Concordia alumnus.
- The Toronto Star publishes another in a series of news articles about chemical spills and other pollution in Canada, notably in Ontario's Sarnia region. The paper credits a group of Concordia and Ryerson journalism students, working on a collaborative investigative journalism project, featured in the National Observer.
- The Canadian Press writes about Friday's football game between the Concordia Stingers and the Université Laval Rouge et Or. The Stingers lost 46-14: National Post, Sportsnet.ca, Victoria Times Colonist, Nanaimo News Now, The Kelowna Daily Courier,Lethbridge Herald, Medicine Hat News, Metro News Toronto, Timmins Today, Barrie Today, Guelph Today, Bay Today, Halifax Chronicle Herald, Life in Québec. The game is also reported by RDS and TVA Sports.ca and is referenced in a piece in Le Journal de Québec.