Survival Guide

 

ATTENTION 

Communications Student,

You have been dropped in the middle of the war zone. Loyola Campus is a very dangerous place. 

We, the Coms Guild, have been put in charge of ensuring your survival. Having had years to adapt to this environment and hone our survival skills, we have the information you need to make it out alive. 

Please read the following guide closely, it is your only hope. The task ahead is not easy – but we will do what we can to keep your safe. 

Silhouettes.png

If you find yourself in a tight situation not covered by the following pages, we can be reached at:
any of our social media - @ComsGuild, comsguild@asfa.ca or our HQ in room CJ 1.117.

Good Luck, 

The Coms Guild

Survival Tip #1

SAFE HOUSES

The following are places where you may seek refuge.

1

Learning Center - 1.419

This is your transmission centre. Here, you can access the internet, print mission briefings, and make copies.

Use this resource wisely. 

2

Hot Dog Lounge - 1st Floor

A safe haven, this is where you can momentarily let your guard down. A television and soft couches to get a few moments of rest. This is also a great location for rendezvousing with fellow agents. 

 

3

Guild Office - 1st Floor

Your friendly neighbourhood Student office is here for you to relax. If the door is open, come in! 

 

Survival Tip #2

SUSTENANCE

Fighting off starvation is key. You may find rations at these places. Locations on the map.

1

Chartwells

Cafeteria in SF Building. Full Meals.

All you care to eat for a fixed price. 

2

Tim Hortons

In the basement of the SP building.

A piece of home away from home.

3

CJ Café 

Second floor of CJ.

Get the cookies. 

Pastries.png
 

4

Hive Café

Student-run cooperative in the SF Building.

Free vegan lunch everyday at 12:30. Just wait in line. 

5

Souvlaki George

Greek & greasy. Open til 5am.

Check out the homemade lemonade.

6995 Monkland

 
Drink.png
 

6

 Burger de Ville

Delicious burgers & old fashioned milkshakes.
59 av. Westminster N. 

7

L’Oeufrier 

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
6544 av. Somerled

Burger.png
 

Map

A map of the Loyola Campus.

TwoPageMap.png

 

Survival Tip #3

ALLIES

You are not alone. The following people are useful contacts for keeping out of trouble.

1

Marcella Di Claudio

Contact for all your academic needs.
CJ 3.241   514-848-2424 ext. 5055

marcella.diclaudio@concordia.ca

2

Depot

Distributes production equipment for your courses.
CJ 1.231   514-848-2424 ext. 2556

 

3

Mike Smart

Video & Sound Instructor / Smart Guy
 CJ 2.213 514-848-2424 ext. 2537
 michael.smart@concordia.ca

 

Survival Tip #4

EXTRACTION

If you desire to flee Loyola altogether, alternative missions in foreign countries can be arranged. Past Agents have fled to Europe, Australia, Japan, etc. 


An additional briefing can be received from Marcella Di Claudio or from concordia International

 

1

Attend Info Meeting

AttendInformationSession.png

2

Fill Out Application

FillOutApplication.png
 
 

3

Make Your Getaway

MakeYourGetAway.png
 

Survival Tip #5

THE SECRET TUNNEL

Surviving the frigid winter is not simple task. Don’t risk exposure by dashing through the snow to the SP building in search of a pastry after the CJ café has closed. Use the secret tunnel.

 
GainAcessto1st.png

Gain access on the 1st floor of
the CJ at the end of
the Learning Center Hallway.  

ExitSP.png

Exit in SP building. Complete the task.
Slip back into the tunnel.

 
 
ThisRouteCanBe.png

His route can be used to get all the way to the cafeteria with minimal outdoor travel. 

 

Survival Tip #6

ESCAPE ROUTES

Here at CJ, things occasionally get messy. Sometimes, a quick getaway might be the only option. If you ever find yourself in such a dire situation, do not panic. There are many escape routes from Loyola Campus. See maps for details.

Buses

105W → to Vendome metro
Stops across Loyola on Sherbrooke.  

162W → To Villa-Maria metro
Stops across Loyola on Sherbrooke. 

51W → To Snowdon metro
Stops on West Broadway.

Shuttle → To Downtown Campus
Stops on Sherbrooke. 

Montreal-Ouest Train Station

Trains heading towards St-Jerome, Vaudreuil,
Candiac and Central Station. Schedules available at exo.quebec.

Transit App

The Transit App is the best way to navigate Montreal’s various

transit options. You can download it here.