Call for participation

Richard Shearmur is currently conducting an exploratory survey on the location of work activities.

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CIRM joins the movement

Two projects lead by the CIRM have recently been selected among over 250 applications to join the movement Je fais Montréal! The Urban Living Challenge and Hunger and its means projects will benefit from financial support and a unique numeric platform to promote their activities.

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Gorka Espiau: McConnell Foundation Professor of Practice (2018-2019)

The CIRM is very pleased to welcome Gorka Espiau as Professor of Practice of the McConnell Foundation for a third consecutive year!

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Un travail de Montréalistes

CIRM is featured in McGill News Alumni Magazine's latest edition! An article by Jean-Benoît Nadeau (in French).

 

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CIRM's Newsletter

A must to know everything about CIRM's news and events. 

 

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A gift of $3.25 million to CIRM

BMO Financial Group and McConnell Foundation announce $3.25 million in new support for the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montreal that puts Montreal and its citizens front and centre.

 

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Child Policy

Since last spring, the City of Montreal has mandated the CIRM to form an advisory committee in order to contribute to the establishment of its Child Policy.

Mobility, urban planning, and environment

One of the CIRM's six axes of research-action.

 

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CIRM: an official research center of McGill University

On May 25th 2017, McGill University's Senate granted the CIRM its official university research center status.

 

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Two scholarship programs for CIRM members and emerging researchers help support research on Montréal:

CIRM is proud to welcome three Resident Scholars for the academic year 2018-2019: Claude FortinImen Ben Jemia and Simon Ng.

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Montréal, a multilingual and multi-ethnic city, is an ideal living laboratory for researchers and students of its four universities.