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Reaction to the Quebec budget

Wed, 2000-03-15 (All day)

Minister of Education François Legault's elaboration on the Quebec budget provisions for education leads McGill's administrators to a more optimistic outlook.

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A new spin on a strange class of pulsars

Thu, 2000-03-23 (All day)

MIT and McGill University astronomers have taken a major step in defining a type of slow-spinning, highly magnetic collapsed star seemingly so rare and unusual that even its interim name, Anomalous X-ray Pulsar (AXP), reveals how truly strange it is.

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McGill calls for equitable funding

Wed, 2000-03-08 (All day)

McGill says massive new investments in the province's university network are urgently needed if Quebecers are to join the much-heralded knowledge economy.

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New economic framework to protect the environment

Wed, 2000-03-22 (All day)

McGill professor Peter Brown, director of the McGill School of the Environment, proposes a new economic framework to protect the environment. His latest book raises serious questions and argues fresh solutions.

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Contact: Peter G. Brown
Organization: McGill School of Environment
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Office Phone: 514-398-2670
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Nobel laureate Dr Paul Crutzen speaks at McGill

Wed, 2000-03-01 (All day)

Nobel laureate Dr Paul Crutzen to speak at McGill March 8. His research showed that the ozone layer is in peril.

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McGill professor tops in Economic Geology

Fri, 2000-06-09 (All day)

McGill Earth & Planetary Sciences professor awarded Duncan R. Derry Medal. Anthony Williams-Jones receives highest honour from peers.

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Mulroney's numbers best in a half century

Thu, 2000-06-01 (All day)

In an updated study of Canadian prime ministers since the end of World War II, two McGill University professors conclude that Brian Mulroney has the best economic record in the last half century.

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Pre-adoption limbo

Mon, 2000-07-24 (All day)

Problems with Canada's child foster and adoption programs examined by Carol Cumming Speirs, professor at McGill's School of Social Work, during 7th Congress of the World Association for Infant Mental Health.

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McGill receives multimillion-dollar infrastructure funding

Thu, 2000-07-27 (All day)

Thriving research initiatives and projects have been given a big boost at McGill, thanks to a new $61-million infrastructure infusion the University has received from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) to bolster its research capacities.

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CBC host Eleanor Wachtel on 'The Lives Of Writers'

Tue, 2000-01-11 (All day)

Eleanor Wachtel, host of CBC Radio's "Writers & Company" and "The Arts Today," visits McGill as part of a special lecture series marking the centennial of Royal Victoria College (RVC) and the promotion of education for women.

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