Registration using Minerva for Winter courses and programs for returning students in Continuing Education
Registration using Minerva for Winter courses and programs for newly admitted students in Continuing Education
Stuart Robertson has been writing a weekly gardening column in the Montreal Gazette since 1981. He is also a journalist on CBC Radio, covering topics including gardening and the environment. He regularly gives gardening lectures and workshops on organic techniques, garden design and suggested plant varieties.
Enjoy a one-hour walking tour which focuses on the fossils, rocks and minerals of Montreal buildings. Led by two curators from the Redpath Museum, this tour along Sherbrooke Street West provides an opportunity to explore and discover the architectural history, paleontology, stoneworking and geological origins of some of the city's proudest institutions and monuments.
Join alumni and friends for an exciting day of golf and camaraderie. Breakfast, a shotgun start, dinner and fabulous prizes will be the order of the day. Everyone is welcome, whether you're a novice or a true blue golfer. 8:30 am (registration and breakfast); 10:30 am (tee-off); 6 pm (dinner).
A top cardiologist, inventor and researcher who has been hailed as a "modern Renaissance man" and has been recognized with numerous awards and honours throughout his career, Levin came to McGill from New York University School of Medicine, where he was Vice-Dean for Education, Faculty and Academic Affairs. This event is for Medicine graduates only.
Clear out your cupboards for a good cause. Tell all your friends and neighbours. Bring your books -- all kinds most welcome -- to Redpath Hall. The Fair raises money for scholarships to McGill. After Depot Day we're open every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., or call 514-398-5000 for the depot nearest you.