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Making Waves, building skills

McGill students volunteer their time teaching special needs children how to swim. (Michael Garfinkle)

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Dental care for all

McGill’s Faculty of Dentistry, in collaboration with community organizations, offers free dental services to the disadvantaged.

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Concrete to cornucopia

The Edible Campus project has turned a neglected terrace into an urban garden whose harvests feed those in need.

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Québec

Eye care for all

McGill, MUHC and Chinese Lions Club team up to offer free eye clinic.

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Investing today in the leaders of tomorrow

Working with high schools across Quebec to reward the efforts of our most promising young science and math enthusiasts.

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The doctor will see you now

Family medicine: Meeting Quebecers’ growing needs.

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Canada

Nutritional supplement boosts productivity—for plants

Nutritional supplement boosts productivity—for plants

A new green compound lets farmers boost their crop yields for pennies per acre.

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Seeking justice for all

Seeking justice for all

Some legal interns do more than get coffee. A McGill internship program sees Law students fighting for social justice in cities and remote regions of the country.

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For sale: A home to grow in

For sale: A home to grow in

The Grow Home uses innovative architectural design and costs only $100,000 to build, putting home ownership in reach for thousands across Canada.

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International

Peace through empowerment

Peace through empowerment

Throughout Jordan, Palestine and Israel, McGill alumni are helping people overcome challenges and build cross-cultural bridges.

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Fuelling food security

Fuelling food security

In Benin, a new stove for parboiling rice, co-designed by McGill Bioresource Engineering students, means more financial independence for women.

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Can $50 change a life?

Can $50 change a life?

Innovative microcredit is helping Ghanaian women earn the money they need to feed their children and gain independence in the bargain.

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