Please read this one evening, during Hockey Night in America, when you have nothing to do. That no Canadian team made the playoffs this year may be a random occurrence. That none has won a Stanley Cup for 23 years is not. Something is up -- or down.
All kinds of explanations have been offered: the low Canadian dollar, higher taxes, questionable management, players preferring obscurity, and so on. Don't believe any of it; they are all excuses. The fans are here, the audiences are here, the money is here, and the energy is here, or at least could be.
Le mouvement Desjardins, premier groupe financier coopératif au Canada, renforce son équipe au sein du bureau de représentation européen basé à Paris, avec la nomination de Rémy Paris.
Un moment en compagnie de Juliette Brun — la fameuse Juliette derrière Juliette et Chocolat — suffit à tout comprendre; le succès amplement mérité, le travail acharné, la passion, la gourmandise (pour le chocolat et pour la vie en générale), l'optimisme, la joie de vivre et la vision. Tel son produit fétiche qu'elle affectionne tant, la femme d'affaires se veut solide, douce, originale et réconfortante.
In honour of National Engineering Month, the Graduate Association of Mechanical Engineering Students at McGill University (GAMES-McGill) contributed to National Engineering Month through the organization of a Graduate Research Day, an inaugural event of this type for the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Read more.
How do writers come up with the ideas and stories that end up as novels so gripping that we can’t put them down? How do they get their work noticed by a publisher, especially when an author has a day job in another field?
Please join us for the official launch of the McGill Global Mental Health Program.
Have you ever noticed any of the 7 portraits hanging on the inside walls of the Schulich Library? Each portrait has captured a moment in that person’s life and invites us to find out the story behind the face.
In the barn with McGill’s new NSERC Industrial Research Chair on Sustainable Life of Dairy Cattle
Neuroscience for Mental Health Seminars: Mood and reward deficits provoked by dietary lipids and neurometabolic dysfunction- Dr. Stephanie Fulton
Professor Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University with Talking Management for The Globe and Mail, talks with Mike Useem, a professor at the Wharton School.
Watch full video: The Globe and Mail, May 3, 2016