COVID-19 Q&A: Pascal Thériault on Canadian food security during the pandemic

Published: 14 May 2020

"Our food supply chain is a highly efficient mature system, but it has been knocked off balance by the crisis... In a way, we went from being on cruise control to hitting traffic."...

Can China be Self-Sufficient in Food?

Thursday, September 26, 2019 10:00

The Department of Bioresource Engineering invites you to a Special Seminar by Prof. Dennis McLaughlin, H.M.21111 Lakeshore Road, St Anne de Bellevue, QC, H9X 3V9, CA/macdonaldCategory: Faculty of...

No grain self-sufficiency in China without changes to land policies

Published: 7 June 2018

If China is to achieve its target of 95% grain self-sufficiency by 2030 it will need to restrict the conversion of arable land to other uses say researchers from McGill. This may prove challenging...

Scaling up Small Millet Post-harvest and Nutritious Food Products Project in India

Thursday, March 15, 2018 10:00to11:30

The Department of Bioresource Engineering invites you to attend a special presentation by team members from McGill and DHAN Foundation21111 Lakeshore Road, St Anne de Bellevue, QC, H9X 3V9, CA...

World Food Day Celebration: Towards a World with Zero Hunger

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 10:00to12:00

The McGill Institute for Global Food Security invites you to a Special Presentation to recognize World Food Day....

Food security and access to land resources

Published: 27 September 2016

Margaret A. Gilliam Fellowship recipient June Po is a PhD candidate in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences; June works on food security, focusing on the relationships between food security...

Humphries named McGill Northern Research Chair

Published: 1 November 2016

Today at a press conference in Quebec City, the Institut Nordique du Quebec (INQ) announced three Northern Research Chairs, as well as a newly recruited Science and Innovation Director, Louis Fortier.

Biodiverse agriculture as part of a food-secure future

Published: 15 February 2014

Is biodiverse agriculture an anachronism?  Or is it a vital part of a food-secure future?


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