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Bell Let’s Talk donates $1M to U de M, McGill

Bell Let’s Talk today announced contributions totalling $1 million to support student mental health programs at McGill University and Université de Montréal.
Tue, 2014-10-07 10:43

The Bell Let’s Talk funding of $500,000 for each university will help expand existing mental health programs and develop additional services that will be accessible to more students.

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$3 million gift in pharmacoepidemiology

Major donation from Boehringer Ingelheim to boost capacity and discovery in growing field
Thu, 2014-10-02 14:53

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$5 million gift strengthens interfaith scholarship

Transformative donation from McGill alumni is the largest to the Faculty of Religious Studies since its founding
Wed, 2013-05-01 13:17

“In our globalized world, religion is a vital dimension of our humanity,” said Barbara Keenan. “It is very important that today’s students – no matter what their course of study – have an understanding of and sensitivity to the multitude of faith traditions and the cultures they produce. This knowledge will help to shape them as tomorrow’s leaders.”

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Transformative investment signals start of new era

School of Nursing launches new patient- and family-centred initiative, is renamed to honour major benefactor
Mon, 2012-09-10 11:26

McGill University’s School of Nursing launched today a new patient- and family-centred initiative, made possible by a visionary contribution from entrepreneur and philanthropist Richard S. Ingram, of the Montreal-based Newton Foundation. McGill also announced that the School has been renamed in honour of Mr. Ingram’s longtime support of nursing at McGill and across Quebec. 

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