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With the U.S. Presidential Election Day on November 6, Americans must decide whether to re-elect President Barack Obama for a second term or vote for Republican candidate Mitt Romney.
The following McGill University expert will be available to comment on the 2011 Canadian Census of population results, which will be released by Statistics Canada on Sept. 19.
McGill Expert Alert: Super Tuesday, March 6, 2012 U.S. Presidential elections In advance of Super Tuesday on March 6 when10 states and 437 delegates are up for grabs in the U.S. Republican Party presidential primaries, we offer these McGill experts:
On Dec. 2, McGill University and Immunology Montreal are inviting interested researchers, media representatives and members of the public to attend its 6th annual symposium where international experts will share the latest findings on this timely topic.
Across the globe and across time, one of the most egregious historical dynamics has been the consistent denial of basic rights for indigenous peoples. On September 13, 2007, the UN General Assembly adopted the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The fact that this nonbinding declaration took over 20 years to negotiate underscores both the importance of the Declaration’s
On November 10, 2011, McGill University’s School of Nursing will host a one-day conference on “Expanding the Scope of Nursing Practice: Destiny or Diversion?”
McGill University and its Division of Urology are inviting media representatives to attend the announcement of a $1-million gift towards the creation of a new research chair in urology.
Kathleen Winter and Louis Hamelin in conversation as the first Mordecai Richler Writers-in-Residence, with guest speaker Noah Richler and a retrospective of Aislin’s Richler cartoons
For coverage related to the 10th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, we offer the following experts in the areas of law, psychology, religion and political science.
An outbreak of measles - a highly contagious respiratory disease - has affected 254 people in Quebec, and officials expect more as the virus spreads among people who have not been vaccinated.