The PQ government says its worried about young families leaving the island of Montreal.
Published on September 19 2013 | CBC Radio
Aired on Homerun (CBC Radio One)
Raphael Fischler is the Director of the School of Urban Planning at McGill University. He joined Sue Smith live in studio with his take on the report.
Greg Andrusiak always had a passion for sustainability. In fact, it plays a big part in his role as land negotiator for Encana Corp. in Calgary.
Published on September 23 2013 | Financial Post
Written by Denise Deveau
Everyone is welcome to attend this CIVE 615 Environmental Engineering Seminar (part of the Environmental & Water resource engineering seminar series) given by Dr. Geoffrey I. Sunahara, Group Leader, Applied Ecotoxicology, National Research Council Canada.
How McGill perpetuates ableism.
Published on September 23 | McGill Daily
Written by Ralph Haddad
A group of McGill students has been awarded $1 million for undernourished communities in urban slums.
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CIVE 615 Environmental & water resource engineering seminar series
Open to the public, this seminar given by Dr. Eric Reiner, Ontario Ministry of the Environment, focuses on "Advances in the Analysis of Persistent Organic Pollutants".
Prof. Martin Bressani has been awarded a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Grant in the amount of $248,093 (over five years). The title of his research is “Architecture and the Environmental Tradition: The Atmospheric in British Architecture from 1750 to 1850.” The co-applicants on the project are Jodey C. Castricano (UBC), Marc Grignon (Laval), and Nicholas Roquet (U de M). The collaborators are Profs. Annmarie Adams and Aaron Sprecher, both of McGill.
Prof. Ipek Türeli has been awarded a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Insight Development Grant in the amount of $54,859 (over two years). She will research the topic of “Building Architectural Networks: American Missionary Schools in the Eastern Mediterranean,” for which she had received earlier in the year an FQRSC grant in the amount of $39,600 (for over three years).
This seminar given by Michel Baraër (hydrology professor at the École de technologie Superieure, Montreal), is open to the public.