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Opinion: Quebec should stop trying to legislate on religion

Published: 2Feb2017

The heinous events in Quebec City on Sunday have wiped away whatever smugness we, as Canadians, might have felt in relation to Donald Trump’s executive order severely disrupting certain Muslim...

MNI scientist receives $1.5M grant for Parkinson's/ALS research

Published: 2Feb2017

CQDM and Brain Canada join forces again in the funding of two new research projects to address unmet needs in brain research...

Online Town Hall with Quebec Finance Minister Carlos Leitão

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As part of Québec's pre-budgetary consultations, Finance Minister, Carlos Leitão will host an online town hall with the McGill community on Monday, Feb. 6, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m./newsroomCategory:...

Fear of normalizing hate and xenophobia

Published: 1Feb2017

McGill law professor Payam Akhavan on the fear of normalizing hate and xenophobia.  Listen to the podcast: CBC The Current

Science will suffer under Trump’s travel ban, researchers say

Published: 31Jan2017

Omid Zobeiri, 28, is an Iranian citizen who began working on his doctorate in biomedical engineering in September 2015 at McGill University in Montreal. His mentor and supervisor at McGill moved to...

The making of Antarctica

Published: 31Jan2017

One of the big mysteries in the scientific world is how the ice sheets of Antarctica formed so rapidly about 34 million years ago, at the boundary between the Eocene and Oligocene epochs....

Experts: Quebec mosque shooting

Published: 31Jan2017

Here are McGill professors available to comment on the Quebec mosque shooting:

Experts: U.S. travel ban

Published: 31Jan2017

Here are some McGill professors available to comment on the US Executive order that suspends the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program for 120 days and suspends entry by citizens of Iraq, Iran, Libya,...

McIntosh: A year later, the Trudeau government still drags its feet on welfare of First Nations children

Published: 30Jan2017

A year ago this week, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal released the landmark Caring Society decision, which found that the federal government had discriminated against First Nations children by...

Why the bar needs to be raised for human clinical trials

Published: 30Jan2017

Standards for authorizing first-time trials of drugs in humans are lax, and should be strengthened in several ways, McGill University researchers argue in a paper published today in Nature.

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