A group of high-profile academics, international policy stakeholders, researchers, NGO representatives, business leaders and concerned citizens will examine Canada's changing role in the world.
Matt Haimovitz, music professor and "Pizza parlour prodigy," is performing at the Yellow Door.
Extreme Research: Winter Edition will showcase McGill's cool research about predicting, understanding and planning for winter weather and northern conditions.
The Asclepius Project seeks to promote the ideals of whole-person medicine, with an emphasis on compassionate care, as opposed to disease-focused and technocratic approaches that the group feels are coming to dominate modern treatment practices.
Joey Elias is returning to McGill for the Management Forum steering committee's annual comedy event.
On the first day of Freedom to Read Week in Canada, the poetry magazine Vallum will launch their latest issue, Reality Check.
As the UN special envoy on AIDS in Africa, Stephen Lewis has seen heartbreaking and inspiring episodes. Canada, and especially the students and researchers at Macdonald campus, can do a lot to help.
A recent conference on Canada's place in the world, sponsored by MISC, brought in three federal ministers to talk about Canada's place in the world.
A roundtable on Quebec's health care strategy brought together educators, practitioners, managers and politicians to discuss the future of the province's well-being.
You won't be able to file your briefs after graduation (and we're not talking of organizing your underwear drawer), but students of McGill's newest law program will get their fill of all things legal. The Mini-Law program is aimed at a general audience to educate the common (and civil) folk on matters civil (and common).