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Abolishing user fees is just the tip of the iceberg in improving Quebec health care

Published: 15Feb2017

On Jan. 26, the Quebec regulation abolishing medical user fees came into effect, bringing the province in line with federal legislation outlined in the Canada Health Act (CHA). According to the CHA...

McGill University at the American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

Published: 14Feb2017

Hynes Convention Center - Boston Jumpstarting Neurological Research through Open Science – MNI & McGill University Friday, February 17, 2017, 1:30-2:30 PM/ Room 208

Montreal named world’s best student city

Published: 15Feb2017

Montreal has ended Paris’s five-year stint as the world’s best student destination, according to global higher education analysts QS Quacquarelli Symonds. The fifth edition of the QS Best Student...

A call for respect

Published: 13Feb2017

Dear members of the McGill community,...

Late Application Allowance for Citizens Affected by the US Executive Order

Published: 13Feb2017

For undergraduate programs, March 15 is the extended deadline.  To receive instructions on how to apply late, send an email to admissions [at] mcgill [dot] ca with subject “UNDERGRADUATE LATE APP...

Big Plans for Big Classes

Published: 14Feb2017

McGill University was one of 12 recipients of a mini-grant awarded today by the American Association of Universities (AAU) to support reform in undergraduate STEM (science, technology, engineering...

Bailout fallout

Published: 10Feb2017

McGill University management professor Karl Moore tells Global’s Laura Casella about the federal Bombardier bailout and what that means for the aerospace company’s future. Find out more: Global News

McGill steadfast in support for respectful discourse

Published: 9Feb2017

McGill recently became aware of a disturbing communication on social media by a student. The University strongly condemns expressions of hatred or incitement to violence against any individual or...

Why opioid overdose deaths seem to happen in spurts

Published: 9Feb2017

But we shouldn't assume that such deaths are necessarily linked, cautioned Nicholas King, an associate professor at McGill University in Montreal who has studied the factors behind increased opioid...

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