Concordia bans two from campus, President calls for calm 


Concordia University has reportedly banned two people from campus after a recent on-campus altercation. Concordia President Graham Carr said that the individuals are not Concordia community members and that there are ongoing investigations into other possible violations of Concordia’s Code of Rights and Responsibilities. Carr called for calm on campus and requested that campus community members be responsible and respectful of each other. “We are less than three weeks from the end of fall classes,” wrote Carr in a letter to students. “I strongly believe we need a cooling off period to allow us all to focus on academic success.” Carr will reportedly be meeting with student groups and union leaders to discuss how tensions on campus could be eased and will meet with experts on mediation and conflict resolution to discuss next steps. 

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