McGill University is Quebec’s first and Canada’s fifth Fair Trade Campus.
During the summer of 2013, Fair Trade Canada recognized McGill University’s commitment to Fair Trade purchases and awarded McGill with the Fair Trade Campus designation, thanks to the collaboration between McGill Engineers Without Borders, McGill Student Housing and Hospitality Services, McGill's main Food Provider, McGill Office of Sustainability and McGill faculty members.
Join us at the Fair Trade Conference - January -14 -16th, 2015
Why Fair Trade
Fair trade is a market-based system that aims to influence international trade practices towards greater social and environmental sustainability. With this approach, Fair Trade builds mutually beneficial relationships between producers and consumers.
- Fair Trade products represent higher social, environmental and pay standards for farmers, artisans and worker.
- Campus support for fair trade products represents large-scale commitments to responsible procurement and supporting human rights around the world.
All Fair Trade coffee, Fair Trade teas and Camino chocolates are available in all residence dining halls, non-franchised Campus cafés, the Student Society of McGill (SSMU) as well as through our main on-campus service provider.
McGill now aims to include Fair Trade certified tropical fruit, sugar and cotton t-shirts in purchases.
The list of food service locations serving Fair Trade products include
On- Campus Retail Locations
- Athletics Café
- Burnside Café
- Duff Café
- Education Café
- Law Café, Avvocato
- McConnell EngineeringCafé
- McIntyre Café
- rue McGill Deli
- Redpath Library food court
- Vihn's Café
Residence Dining Halls
- Bishop Mountain Hall
- Carefour Sherbrooke
- New Residence Hall
- Royal Victoria College
Consult our SHHS map for the exact locations.
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