Click on this following link for the various activties, meetings, workshops, and programs offered by Ami-Quebec: http://amiquebec.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Calendar-Jan-to-Aug-2017.pdf
This workshop is for relatives and caregivers to learn how to better communicate with their ill loved one. The workshop's approach can help to reduce your anxiety and improve your relationship with your ill loved one.
For more information about the workshops as well as the exact dates and how to register, please visit this website: http://amiquebec.org/leap/
Please visit the Ami-Quebec website for further information about this program and on how to register for it. Here is the link: http://amiquebec.org/bpd/
The Yan P. Lin Centre Annual Lecture
will be given by
The Child Welfare Journal Club is a joint McGill / University of Toronto intiative supported by funds from the Royal Bank of Canada.
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Congratulations to BCom student Stephanie Ng-Lun, recipient of this year’s Canada's Outstanding CEO of the Year Futures Fund Scholarship. Award recipients from across Canada were present in Toronto this week to attend a leadership session and special reception held in their honor, as well as to participate in Canada’s Outstanding CEO of the Year Award Gala Dinner, which recognized Calin Rovinescu, CEO of Air Canada.
Professor Reuven Brenner of the Desautels Faculty of Management was in Manhattan, NY on February 21 to mark the inauguration of American Affairs, a quarterly journal of public policy and political thought for which he is a contributing writer and serves on the Advisory Board. The launch was hosted at the Harvard Club with guests such as Peter Thiel, former CEO and Co-Founder of PayPal.
Authors: Vaghefi, I., Lapointe, L., Boudreau-Pinsonneault, C.
Publication: Information Systems Journal
As part of the newly established Indigenous Studies Program, the annual Indigenous Knowledge Holder Series invites a leader within the Indigenous community to spend a week at McGill to share their scholarship, work, or advocacy. This year, it is with great honour that the Indigenous Studies Program welcomes Lee Maracle as the 2017 Indigenous Knowledge Holder.