Code of Conduct now in place
Med students now pay $14,000 per year
Meningococcal: "This is not an epidemic"
Spots of controversy in Code
Tory budget: Western happy, USC mad
Summer jobs in abundance
Mixed views follow Summit
Diverse agendas with a common purpose
Word on and off the streets concerning the Summit
protests in Quebec City
Word on and off the streets concerning the Summit protests in Quebec City
"Our lives are restricted. The police presence is kind of an agressive
mark. It's disgusting to see all that shit [tear gas]. On the other side,
the protesters might be a little cranked up. Molotov cocktails are not
the best way to get credibility for their issues right now."
–Mathhew Duchesne, a resident of Rue Cremazie Est in Quebec City.
"This is fucking brutal. They're trying to piss people off and make
–Pete, a memeber of the Canadian Auto Workers' Union after fleeing
a round of tear gas and rubber bullets.
"People focus on the violence [of protesters]. Concussive bombs, pepper-spray,
water-guns and tear gas? Who is more violent?"
–Kendra Coulter, a fourth-year Scholars Elective student at Western,
and one of the organizers of a bus which left Western to attend the FTAA
AN OMINOUS SIGHT
Riot police guard the perimeter at last month's Free Trade Area
of the Americas Summit in Quebec City.