From allegations of racist remarks at Concordia University to Quebecers rallying to support victims of sexual assault and end rape culture, here are the top five stories Global News covered in Montreal this week:
Help for autistic children
“I’m absolutely outraged. We’ve been trying for years to get her help.”
Five-year-old Charlotte Kuhn has severe autism and is in desperate need for help, but she’s just been taken off the waiting list.
Racism at Concordia?
“I strongly dispute this version of events and contest the facts as reported.”
A Concordia University professor is reportedly being investigated after allegedly making derogatory remarks towards black people in his classroom.
End rape culture
“One in three women are sexually assaulted and as far as we’re concerned, those numbers are too high.”
In the wake of recent claims of sexual assault in Quebec City, Montrealers are coming together to demand a stop to rape culture and violence against women.
READ THE STORY: Quebecers rally to show solidarity for sexual assault victims
“This definitely improves the response time, the police car does not have to search for the person.”
About 175 geo-locators have been installed around the Michel-Chartrand park in Longueuil.
“Humbled. Gratitude. You don’t know what to think in a situation when people reach out like that.”
Charlotte Carson, 3, is receiving a special, live-saving gift after entering a bodybuilding contest to win a year’s supply of protein.