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Former Supreme Justice made McGill fellow

Thu, 2004-04-29 (All day)

Former Supreme Court Justice Charles Gonthier is the new Wainwright Fellow in the Faculty of Law. He will use the position to study law as it relates to sustainable development.

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McGill duo scales Olympic mountain

Thu, 2006-01-26 09:30

McGill chancellor Dick Pound and Martlets head coach Peter Smith will be winging their way to Italy to take part in the 2006 Turin Olympics.

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Remembering Claude Ryan

Thu, 2004-02-19 (All day)

The former Quebec politician is remembered by those who worked with him at the Newman Centre.

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Taking the world by storm

Thu, 2005-10-06 09:30

Professor Man K. Yau uses math to create small-scale models of weather events, helping researchers predict the unpredictable.

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Profile - Lina Kalfayan: No choice but to have an impact

Thu, 2006-11-09 06:30

The tsunamis of 2004 changed the lives of hundreds of people forever. But not all the stories are sad.

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Deck the halls

Thu, 2003-11-27 (All day)

Decorate your house at the Arboretum

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Headliners: From foul fuel to transplant tourism

Thu, 2007-11-22 04:30

Kidneys for sale, online aggression and a whole lot of dirty diapers.

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Quebec's experience of war

Thu, 2003-10-23 (All day)

A new exhibit at the McCord is introduced with a round table on Quebec's response to war over the years.

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Headliners: From housing to mousing

Thu, 2006-09-07 10:30

Deadly peanuts, neighbourhood-friendly housing and mice that are so happy they're ready to belt out show tunes.

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McGill's daycare dilemma

Thu, 2005-04-14 09:30

There are hundreds of people on the waiting lists for McGill's two daycares, run by the university and by the SSMU. The provincially subsidized system keeps costs down for parents, but has led to administrative problems that university users are addressing through informal discussion groups and lobbying.

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