covid-19

Turning hobbies into business opportunities

Published: 8Mar2021

In response to the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadians are turning their pastimes into online businesses. Marie-Josée Lamothe, Academic Director of the McGill Dobson Centre for...

E-commerce booms during pandemic

Published: 4Mar2021

Since its launch in 2016, EMERGE Commerce has risen to become a leader in direct-to-consumer e-commerce brands. Professor Karl Moore recently spoke with EMERGE Commerce founder and CEO Ghassan...

Education Students' Town Hall

25Mar202111:00
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Education students are invited to attend a virtual Town Hall meeting on Thursday, March 25th at 11:00 AM (EST). The ongoing Town Hall meetings are being held to provide you with opportunities to...

Canadian retail recovering from pandemic ahead of schedule

Published: 22Feb2021

Emerging ‘shop local’ trends have helped set the Canadian retail industry on a fast track to recovery despite pandemic-induced closures....

Mass vaccination possible for Canada despite supply shortage

Published: 22Feb2021

As Canada struggles with a shortage of vaccine doses, Professor Saibal Ray says the government has an opportunity to get a mass vaccination plan in place by the time the supply chain stabilizes....

COVID-19 devastating to brain health in long haul

Published: 12Feb2021

Inez Jabalpurwala (BA’89, MA’91, MBA’01), Global director of the Viral Neuro Exploration (VINEx) initiative and the founding CEO of the Brain Canada Foundation, discusses the long-term impacts of...

Adaptability is key to success

Published: 12Feb2021

In 2020, Professor Karl Moore invited more than 40 CEOs to McGill’s CEO Insights course to exchange perspectives on pivoting business operations in response to adverse events....

Canadian government do more to bolster airline industry

Published: 5Feb2021

Professor Karl Moore joined City TV’s Breakfast Television on Tuesday morning to weigh in on the Canadian government’s new travel restrictions and mandatory testing requirements. The new directives...

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