If you are a student group, non-profit organization or just have a good cause to be covered, contact us. Our volunteers have worked with numerous community organizations to produce quality content and event coverage.

Check out our current partners:


Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Montreal

As Canada’s leading child and youth mentoring charity, Big Brothers Big Sisters facilitates life-changing relationships that inspire and empower children and youth to reach their potential, both as individuals and citizen

Divest Concordia

Divest Concordia is a student group calling on Concordia University to remove its investments in fossil fuels and adopt a responsible investment policy

Concordia Student Union

The Concordia Student Union offers many services including advocacy, legal information, a housing and job bank, and the Hive Free Lunch. We campaign around various pressing social issues and in so doing, we hope to inspire, challenge and provoke students into action. We also host social and academic events to bring students together to build friendships and professional relationships. .

MTL New Tech

MTL NewTech is a non-profit organization dedicated to the success of Montreal startup entrepreneurs. Every first Tuesday of the month, a handful of startups present in front of an audience of programmers, engineers, entrepreneurs, investors, students and other interested parties. Our community is enthusiastic about technological innovation and eager to discuss new trends, see new products and services and connect with global startup ecosystems. These monthly meetups feature demos which are recorded and the videos also showcased via social media and press coverage after the event.

District 3

Our mission is to enable the transformation of ideas into innovative new products which are engineered, designed, and marketed to compete with the worldwide best

English Language Arts Network

ELAN is a not-for-profit organization that connects, supports, and creates opportunities for Quebec’s English-speaking artists and arts communities. ELAN members are individuals and organizations from a wide array of artistic disciplines, cultural and geographic backgrounds, and linguistic and cultural communities. Together this network reflects an evolving Québec identity and celebrates the province’s cultural, artistic, and social diversity.

Fantasia Film Festival

Since its inception in 1996, the Fantasia International Film Festival is now recognized as the largest and most influential event of its kind in North America, a leader on the genre film scene and one of the country’s most popular film festivals. With a varied programming and an emphasis on the imaginative cinema of Asia, Europe and the Americas, Fantasia’s offerings range from unique and powerful personal visions to international commercial crowd-pleasers rarely seen in North America.


Formed in 1998 as a merger between CRSG and CFLI, two former stations, CJLO is Concordia University’s one and only radio station. 100% non-profit, and run almost entirely by volunteers, the station is located in the heart of the Loyola campus in the NDG borough of Montreal. Our on-air personalities are the backbone of the station and there are over eighty DJ’s spinning for your listening pleasure. Whether you are interested in Rock, Alt, Hip-Hop, RPM, Punk, Metal, Jazz, Blues, World, Country or Talk and Sports, CJLO has something for you, and is always looking for more on air talent.

Face A Face

The Face à Face Listening and Intervention Centre offers active listening, intervention, and collaborative support to vulnerable and isolated individuals, on the telephone and in person, in order to encourage  the process of empowerment and social reintegration

Oral History Concordia

COHDS has a wide range of digital tools and equipment available for the use of affiliated  researchers and  projects, as well as students enrolled in “embedded courses” taught by faculty affiliates. COHDS is equipped with a broad range of audio and video recording equipment, still cameras, digital projectors, and transcription pedals. These can be reserved and borrowed by affiliates for free. However, affiliates are responsible for the equipment and must return it as agreed upon so others are not inconvenienced.


Milieux is an institute for research-creation at the intersection of the fine arts, digital culture and information technology. It is a platform for creative experimentation, interdisciplinary training and progressive imagination in the middle of Concordia University in downtown Montreal. At Milieux we examine, co-create and share ideas, technological prototypes, experiences and practices that challenge assumptions about what is possible to be, to do and to imagine in a rapidly changing digital world. Our main focus is on creative and critical articulations of new technologies and the production of tangible, playable and accessible research that can be useful to generate new meaning and inform participation, engagement and innovation across culture, economy and civil society.

Visual Arts Visuels

The V.A.V. (Visual Arts Visuels) Gallery is a student-run exhibition space, supported by a Concordia Fine Arts Undergraduate student fee levy. Concordia students of all identities and levels of experience are encouraged to participate. Concordia is located on Kanien’kehá:ka traditional territory.

Upstarters Concordia

Upstarters club, is a CSU club focusing on offering experience and a new perspective on how to think as entrepreneurs in their daily lives and even how to apply this knowledge to their careers. What makes our club stand out is our interdisciplinary component. Indeed, our aim is to offer the entrepreneurship tools, that will help you grow no matter what faculty and background you are from.


Otakuthon is Quebec’s largest festival celebrating Japanese animation (anime), graphic novels (manga), gaming, and pop culture.

The first of its kind in Montreal, Otakuthon is a full-fledged, fan-run, bilingual anime convention that features a number of special guests as well as many activities and events spotlighting anime, manga, video games, artwork, and Japanese culture.


CKUT is a non-profit, campus-community radio station based at McGill University. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montreal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable, or listen on-line. CKUT is made up of over 200 volunteers working with a staff of coordinators, not just to make creative and insightful radio programming, but also to manage the station. The station operates on a collective management system that includes volunteers in decision-making.

Center for Gender Advocasy

The activities of the Centre for Gender Advocacy fall into two broad categories. The first consists of services and resources offered free of charge to the Concordia and greater Montreal community in the form of Peer Support and Advocacy, safer sex resources and trans health resources such as the Binder Program. The second is composed of campaigns and programming. There are campaigns to demand justice for the many indigenous women who are murdered or go missing each year in Canada, to advocate for improved access to reproductive health services, trans health resources, and A Safer Concordia. We also host numerous film screenings, presentations and workshop series throughout the year, so be sure to check for event updates on our website, sign up for our mailing list, like us on facebook, or follow us on twitter to keep up with the latest developments.


The Montreal World Health Organization Simulation (MonWHO) is an annual 3-day conference hosted in Montreal simulating the World Health Assembly of the World Health Organization (WHO) which takes place in Geneva each year. Like the World Health Assembly, where health challenges, goals, and tasks of WHO member states are discussed, at MonWHO, participants assume the role of a country’s ambassador to the WHO, a non-governmental organization representative, a pharmaceutical representative or a journalist, and work with their peers to develop resolution papers that address the different global health theme chosen every year.


The School is a place where academic life and activism strengthen one another; where students bring a diverse range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds, varied academic backgrounds and a broad spectrum of community involvement to a shared learning experience.

Under Pressure

Under Pressure is the largest and longest running event of its kind all across North America.  Under Pressure is a graffiti festival which focuses on community development, artist empowerment as well as positive youth development through ownership and responsibility of a shared space. Currently heading into its twentieth year, this festival is the longest running graffiti and hip hop festival in existence. The main reason it has been able to be sustained for so long is because it is an event done by the community for the community, everyone who works on keeping it alive does so on a volunteer basis.



Wapikoni is an award-winning non-profit organization based in Montreal. It was founded in 2004 by filmmaker Manon Barbeau along with the Council of the Atikamekw Nation and the Youth Council First Nations of Quebec and Labrador (currently known as First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Youth Network).The organization provides mentorship and training in audiovisual creation and filmmaking to Aboriginal youth in Canada in the hopes of creating jobs and educational opportunities in the film industry and countering high rates of suicide, drop-out and addiction. It hosts educational workshops and film screenings to raise awareness and educate the wider public about issues that Aboriginal communities face. As of 2014, Wapikoni Mobile has produced over 750 short films and 450 recordings by more than 3000 Aboriginal youths that have won 87 awards from national and international film festivals.


McGill University is one of Canada’s best-known institutions of higher learning and one of the leading universities in the world. With students coming to McGill from some 150 countries, our student body is the most internationally diverse of any research-intensive university in the country.  McGill was founded in 1821 thanks to a generous bequest by James McGill, and since then, we’ve grown from a small college to a bustling university with two campuses, 10 faculties, some 300 programs of study, and 40,000 students. The University also partners with four affiliated teaching hospitals to graduate over 1,000 health care professionals each year.

Concordia University

Every year, our scholars, facilities and city inspire 46,000 students to engage with big questions head-on. We’re a comprehensive university. We search for innovative solutions and make positive contributions to society. Our creativity powers Montreal and connects us to the world. See how we plan to redefine the 21st century university.