What lay behind this spring's ferocious flooding along Quebec's Richelieu River seems simple enough to pin down: Blame the highest water levels in recorded history for Lake Champlain, which feeds into the river.
A new book written by a McGill University professor takes a look at the wild excesses of consumer spending and their consequences. Tom Naylor, the author of "Crass Struggle: Greed, Glitz and Gluttony in a Wanna-Have World," says society must get a better grasp on its rampant consumerism.
Montreal Gazette - Two McGill students help Haitian artists by featuring their work on unique, locally-made t-shirts
Haiti and its people left an indelible mark on Matt Brightman and Martin Weiss. Now, they're trying to do something life-changing in return.
Toronto researcher Diego Bassaniand his South African colleagues have spent the past six years developing and testing a fetal heart monitor that operates without electricity.
Press release - Rémi Quirion est nommé scientifique en chef du Québec et sera à la tête des fonds de recherche du Québec
Le ministre du Développement économique, de l'Innovation et de l'Exportation, Clément Gignac, est fier de la nomination d'un chercheur de renommée internationale, Rémi Quirion, à titre de tout premier scientifique en chef du Québec et de président des conseils d'administration des Fonds de recherche du Québec.
In 1934, on the campus of McGill University, neurosurgeon Wilder Penfield founded the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital and significantly advanced the state of neuroscience in Canada.
Whitney Genoway and Jenna Crook, a pair of McGill University students from Regina, are among 13 athletes selected by Water Polo Canada to compete for a CIS national team at the 26th Summer Universiade in August in Shenzhen, China.
If Princess Diana forged the archetype for a new generation of royal as celebrity, her son and his new bride have taken up her mantle with their good looks, flair for fashion and natural charm.
Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill, Talking Management for The Globe and Mail, speaks to Brian Fetherstonhaugh, the Chairman and CEO of OgilvyOne Worldwide, which is the online medium, new media part, of Ogilvy & Mathers.
"The book I am writing this summer is about young people – how we love them, nurture them and focus on them. Wharton’s Peter Cappelli, thinks we have got wrong. Or at least somewhat."