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Mathieu Paul Dumont

Student of Political Science and Philosophy at Concordia University. Mathieu now resides in Montreal but is originally from Sherbrooke, Quebec. His interests include conflict resolution, political philosophy and he follows such arts as fashion and music closely. His focus is primarily set on the Middle-East, but also towards other conflicted regions. He joined The Political Bouillon for the pleasure of writing and hopes to see the journal grow to include students from all four of Montreal’s universities.

Montreal’s Gay Village – Safe or Unsafe?

In response to the concerns of the residents of Montreal’s Gay Village regarding the recently rumoured increase in violence, homophobic in nature or not, The Political Bouillon decided to analyze the local issue by speaking to people on the ground. Living in Montreal, it’s easy to believe that all is swell in the world. Montreal is a cultural bubble, a ...

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