Patara is a fairtrade, sustainably-produced shoe line made by a small factory in Thailand. It’s also the brainchild of Desautels Faculty of Management student Kilian Rosier, who got the idea while travelling in Asia — and who wanted a pair of shoes he could wear everywhere, from the beach to the café. From there, it was just a small jump to the concept of a fairtrade travel shoe with the green production methods possible.
Jean-Paul Deveau sells seaweed — or rather, products derived from it. His company, Acadian Seaplants Limited, is the world’s biggest producer of seaweed-based fertilizers and products for human and animal consumption. The company manufactures in five locations, including New Brunswick, Maine and Ireland; and exports to over 80 countries. One of those countries is Japan, where Deveau’s products are ubiquitous.
Please join us as we welcome Jodi Hilty
Tuesday, March 14 @ 6:00 pm
New Residence Hall, 3625 Avenue du Parc
Admission is free and all are welcome.
Through a collaborative effort between students and health professionals from the McGill University Health Centre, the Global Surgery Conference aims to provide a forum for discussion regarding the different challenges and approaches w
L^p estimates for eigenfunctions on manifolds with boundary
The James McGill Society presents
Documenting McGill’s Architectural Heritage
by Julia Gersovitz
A theatrical celebration of Working Women in the Arts and Sciences.
By Colleen & Peggy Curran (In English)
PhD Oral Defense of Shenqiang Hu, Department of Animal Science