Four years after Quebec's Summit on the Economy and Employment, how has the province fared in terms of job creation?
In an updated study of Canadian prime ministers since the end of World War II, two McGill University professors conclude that Brian Mulroney has the best economic record in the last half century.
Policy makers have new tools for assessing the transportation and location of toxic waste. Dr Vedat Verter, a risk modelling specialist in Management, pays special attention to insurance costs and optimal plant location and design.
Agricultural economist Laurie Baker and a colleague believe that adapting the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) model as an alternative financing strategy will alleviate the financial burdens plaguing Canadian farmers.
An investment of $240M in the creation of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) by the federal government is applauded by the deans of medicine at Université de Sherbrooke, Université Laval and McGill.
McGill researchers have developed a model to identify the appropriate and economically feasible set of actions needed to achieve Canada's Kyoto Protocol commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
McGill offers a new graduate-level program for leaders in the voluntary sector.
A new study describes the economic impact of McGill University on the provincial economy.
A new MBA program with an international business specialization is now offered in Tokyo, Japan, by the Faculty of Management of McGill University.
French authorities applaud McGill's initiative to provide a centre for the testing of French proficiency.