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Indigenous languages go under the microscope

“When I hear the language, it immediately brings me back home,” said Janine Metallic, a PhD student at McGill University. “The way we tell jokes, the way we tell stories, there’s a whole world view embedded in those words. It’s a different reflection of the world.” Montreal Gazette

Published: 29 Mar 2016

Marie-Claire Kirkland-Casgrain

The first woman elected to the Legislative Assembly of Quebec and first female judge in Quebec, grad Marie-Claire Kirkland-Casgrain (CM, CQ)  (BA'47, BCL'50, LLD'97) has died. She was 91 years old.

Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard has announced that Kirkland-Casgrain will receive a national funeral. 

Published: 24 Mar 2016

Le Prix Masoud Farzaneh 2016

Le Prix Masoud Farzaneh 2016 est décerné à la professeure Ghyslaine McClure de l’Université McGill​. UQAC

Published: 24 Mar 2016

Transcript: The downsides of power

This Is Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University with Talking Management for The Globe and Mail. Today I am delighted to sit down with Columbia Business School professor Adam Galinsky.​ The Globe and Mail

Published: 24 Mar 2016

Canadians, Trump's candidacy is no reason to panic

Op-ed by Gil Troy, professor of history. Montreal Gazette

Published: 24 Mar 2016

Vivre avec une Corée du Nord nucléarisée?

Cela annoncerait-il la fin maintes fois prédite du régime des Kim? Réponse de Jean-François Bélanger, doctorant à l’Université McGill et chercheur boursier au CERIUM.​ Le Devoir

Published: 23 Mar 2016

Canada's campaign for a UN Security Council seat

Op-ed by William Watson, professor of economics. Montreal Gazette

Published: 23 Mar 2016

Why the NDP needs to keep Mulcair’s hand on the tiller

Op-ed by Charles Taylor, professor emeritus of philosophy​. The Globe and Mail

Published: 23 Mar 2016

Des produits vendus en pharmacie contestés

«Les médecins homéopathiques s’intéressent à la personnalité et au caractère de leur patient pour déterminer le traitement. C’est le fait d’être écouté qui amoindrit les symptômes.» Ariel Fenster, L’organisation pour la science et la société. Journal Métro

Published: 22 Mar 2016

McGill's tutoring for Syrian refugees gains momentum

A group of tutors at McGill is hoping to provide more Syrian refugees with the opportunity to study in Canada after five of its students were offered scholarships. CBC News

Published: 22 Mar 2016

Focus Montreal: Hot Cities of the World tour

Professor Karl J. Moore of McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management and student Mackenzie Chisholm share their experiences and insights from their recent group trip to Chile and Columbia. Global News

Published: 22 Mar 2016

ExoMars outbound in search for life signs

Interview with Lyle White, Department of Natural Resource Sciences, on the John Batchelor Show. Audio Boom

Published: 21 Mar 2016

Students create exhibit showcasing healing power of art

Anita Raj is a medical student at McGill and she's also a brain tumor survivor. She knows firsthand how art can help with the healing process. CTV News

Published: 21 Mar 2016

Anonymous, des sales coups à l’activisme global

Comment des cybermilitants sans nom et sans visage sont-ils passés du pur plaisir de nuire à la défense d’une cause? L’anthropologue Gabriella Coleman enquête en immersion. Le Temps

Published: 21 Mar 2016

The need for mentorship as a woman of colour

Rachel Zellars, PhD candidate, writes a tribute to three people who have helped her survive the world as a woman of colour. CBC News

Published: 18 Mar 2016