Are you sitting down? Good, because we're about to lay some shocking numbers on you. In total, Canada needs about 1,000 new translators per year -- even though we only produce 300 or 400! And, with Quebec doing more and more business with Latin American countries, there is a dearth of competent Spanish translators. Ay carumba, you say? Why not check out McGill's new Spanish translation program and get a jump on your new career?
Geography professor Garry Peterson is part of a worldwide effort to determine the best way to manage environmental change.
By week's end, some 6,100 students will have moved from the student ranks to become full-fledged McGill alumni.
It's back to school time, and this year, McGill is welcoming more new faces — students and professors alike — than ever before. With streamlined new ID systems and a plethora of welcome events, everyone should find the transition to a new year easier than ever before.
Researchers from across McGill's faculties take aim at a social ill that has long prowled in the shadows.
Principal Heather Munroe-Blum took the floor for the first Town Hall meeting with staff and students. Questions ranged from libraries to the environment to ethical investment.
Five McGill Arctic researchers, five stories as different as snowflakes.
Microbiology professor Brian Ward discusses the implications of - and possible solutions to - the Avian flu virus that is now appearing in Canadian livestock.
A pair of McGill's finest has founded Beautiful Oceans, an educational program that offers online learning and real-time diving. Catch a wave with Beautiful Oceans.
Want to know the best way to rile up a group of renowned physicists? Put them in the same room and whisper two words: "anthropic principle."