The water distributed on Macdonald Campus is now safe to drink. The boil water advisory was lifted on Friday, August 14 at 5 p.m. after two consecutive days of testing revealed no presence of contaminants in the water.
Around noon on Tuesday, August 11, a gas main was inadvertently ruptured in the course of construction work near the corner of University and Sherbrooke Streets. The pipe was sealed within an hour and people were shortly thereafter allowed to proceed back into the affected buildings. The emergency situation is over.
We are pleased to announce that Xerox Canada has been selected to provide a print management solution for McGill University. The first phase of this solution, scheduled for the month of August, involves replacing the current Canon departmental copier fleet with Xerox’s multifunctional devices (MFDS). Detailed information regarding the upcoming installation of these devices will follow.
Due to scheduled maintenance, the myMcGill portal will be unavailable on Monday, July 20, from 5:30pm to approximately 9:30 pm. In the meantime, alternate links to services are available.
Due to scheduled maintenance, Minerva and INB (Banner) will be unavailable on Wednesday, July 22, starting at 10pm. It should be available on Thursday, July 23, as of 1am.
Online debit and credit card payments of McGill application fees will not be able to be processed through Minerva for a 20 minute period on Sunday, July 12, between 4:00 to 5:30am. Service will be restored as soon as maintenance is completed. We apologize for any inconvenience.
There is currently a problem with the myMcGill portal. The portal support team is working to resolve the issue. Check back here for further updates. In the meantime, alternative links to services are available.
What is McGill doing about the flu and how it might affect the University? As concern spreads about the potential effect the H1N1 flu pandemic might have on University operations now and in the fall, it is important to outline some of the steps McGill is taking to minimize disruption to people and operations.
Telus, McGill's external telephone carrier, is currently experiencing problems with their Central Office. As a result, McGill phone users may experience problems with both incoming and outgoing calls, and error messages such as "Number out of service".
Please note that there will be 2 maintenance periods, during which electricity will be shut down in Burnside Hall: Thursday, June 18, 7 am - 8 am Friday, June 19, from 3 am - 8 am There will be no power in the building, except for emergency lights and emergency elevators. IT systems will be running on backup power; however there is a risk that essential IT services may be interrupted.
Please note that there will be 2 maintenance periods during which electricity will be shut down in Burnside Hall. This maintenance was previously announced for June 9 and 10 but has been rescheduled to: Thursday, June 18 (30-60 minutes) starting at 7:00 am and Friday, June 19 (5 hours) starting at 3:00 am
The World Health Organization has announced that H1N1 flu (once referred to as “swine flu”) has become a global pandemic. It is important to understand that this development refers to the wider spread of the illness, not a particular increase in its intensity or severity.
There will be some limitations on the yourspam.mcgill.ca interface Thursday June 11, while fixing a problem with the Puremessage antispam system.