CBC News | April 23, 2015
Monument recognizing campus was built on aboriginal territory often goes unnoticed
Some students and staff at McGill University say the school isn't doing enough to include aboriginal people.
The university only has one monument, Hochelaga Rock, to acknowledge that the campus was built on the site of an old Iroquois village and likely visited by Jacques Cartier in the 1500s.
But the rock marking this history goes largely unnoticed.