Posts Categorized: Opinions

The fight of her life

PLACEHOLDER

Nearly 20 years ago, 42-year-old Sue Rodriguez fought in court for the right to a physician-assisted suicide. She lost.

Editorial: Montreal’s new cocktail

QuebecStudentEditorialWEB

Like Formula One drivers, protesters take a risk every time they take to the road. They understand that, in a moment, they might be suddenly stopped — not by a blown-out tire, but by a policeman citing Bill 78 as his reason for detaining them.

Why we need to stop ragging on Girls

PLACEHOLDER

Girls focuses on females, a group already largely under-represented in film and television. Large parts of each episode have no males at all (helping Girls pass the Bechdel Test). Still, to many critics, it’s not good enough.

LETTERS, JUNE 14, 2012

LETTERS

In defence of Quebec students All countries should be seeking to improve their education systems and to respond better to student concerns of having access to a higher quality of post-secondary schooling. Violence aside for a moment: will raising tuition fees help Quebec balance its budget? Possibly, although I don’t believe it has worked anywhere… Read more »