Quebec classical guitarist and composer Jimmie LeBlanc has won the $7,500 Jules Léger Prize for new chamber music awarded annually by the Canadian Council for the Arts and CBC. He won the award for L'Espace intérieur du monde, a chamber work for 15 musicians and electronic elements.
Isabel Galiana, PhD student and Christopher Green, professor in the Department of Economics at McGill University: "With the Copenhagen Conference under way, Canada's position on climate policy remains unclear.
Youth gambling isn't as big a concern to Canadian parents as other activities like unsafe sex and drug use, according to a new study. Now, researchers are hoping to change that. The "Parents As Partners" study, released yesterday, is the first of its kind in the world to examine parental awareness of youth gambling, researchers said.
An ancient pygmy sea cow isn't the kind of thing you find every day. More like every 45 million years. So when Karen Samonds, curator at McGill University's Redpath Museum and a paleontologist, discovered fossilized teeth and bits of skull embedded in sandstone and limestone rocks in the island nation off the east coast of
The December issue of Today's Parent profiles the 2010 winners of Canada's top 25 family-friendly employers, which include George Brown College, McGill University, and Simon Fraser University. … McGill was selected for its on-site daycare and alternative work options such as telecommuting.
A new study recommends the Federal Government should help Inuit pay for the increasing costs of climate change. It says Arctic climate change is already costing Canada’s Inuit more money, noting the costs of adapting are falling on Inuit families least able to shoulder them.
McGill University professor Henry Mintzberg's book is chosen by The Globe and Mail as one of the best of 2009.
(Modern Medicine) Researchers at McGill University performed a genome-wide association study linking innate immunity to leprosy infections.
(CBC) Canadian researchers using a robotic device have determined that learning to talk changes the way people hear speech. Sazzad Nasir and David Ostry of the department of psychology at McGill University in Montreal used a device that puts pressure on a person's jaw to try to isolate the movements of talking from the sounds of language itself.
(The Gazette, CBC) Lisa Jardine, author of Going Dutch: How England Plundered Holland’s Glory, has been awarded the Cundill International Prize in History, described as the world’s largest historical literature award for non-fiction.