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McGill awarded over $100 million from Knowledge Infrastructure Program

Federal-provincial initiative enables four infrastructure enhancement programs

Classified as : Staff, Faculty, External, Students
Published on : 14 Sep 2009

A coherent vision for Quebec and Canada

Principal Heather Munroe-Blum has issued a statement to all McGill staff concerning the recent public discussions surrounding Canada's research-intensive universities. You can read her statement in its entirety on the McGill Reporter website: http://reporter.mcgill.ca.

Classified as : Staff, Faculty, External, Students
Published on : 03 Sep 2009

New Ombudsperson for Students

To Members of the McGill community: I am very pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Spencer Boudreau as the Ombudsperson for Students, effective September 1, 2009.

Classified as : Staff, Faculty, External, Students
Published on : 01 Sep 2009

Power outage at Macdonald Campus

Please be advised that there is a major power outage at Macdonald Campus due to damage of a high-voltage line by a contractor

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Published on : 31 Aug 2009

Resignation of CIO Sylvia Franke

Dear Members of the McGill Community, I write to inform you that Ms. Sylvia Franke, McGill’s Chief Information Officer (CIO), has decided to leave the University effective 31 December 2009 in order to pursue new opportunities in higher education administration.

Classified as : Staff, Faculty, External, Students
Published on : 25 Aug 2009

McGill to get even greener

Pleased with Montreal plans for bike path, University is moving to eliminate parking and cars from its lower downtown campus

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Published on : 24 Aug 2009

Protect yourself against H1N1

Please be aware of the following actions, which are under your control and which can help us all minimize the chances of an H1N1 outbreak: Hand Washing Hand Sanitizer Healthy Living Be Informed

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Published on : 20 Aug 2009

Boil water advisory lifted

The water distributed on Macdonald Campus is now safe to drink. The boil water advisory was lifted on Friday, August 14 at 5 p.m. after two consecutive days of testing revealed no presence of contaminants in the water.

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Published on : 17 Aug 2009

Gas main emergency is over

Around noon on Tuesday, August 11, a gas main was inadvertently ruptured in the course of construction work near the corner of University and Sherbrooke Streets. The pipe was sealed within an hour and people were shortly thereafter allowed to proceed back into the affected buildings. The emergency situation is over.

Classified as : Staff, Faculty, External, Students
Published on : 11 Aug 2009

Pandemic preparations continuing

What is McGill doing about the flu and how it might affect the University? As concern spreads about the potential effect the H1N1 flu pandemic might have on University operations now and in the fall, it is important to outline some of the steps McGill is taking to minimize disruption to people and operations.

Classified as : Staff, Faculty, External, Students
Published on : 19 Jun 2009

Flu more widespread

The World Health Organization has announced that H1N1 flu (once referred to as “swine flu”) has become a global pandemic. It is important to understand that this development refers to the wider spread of the illness, not a particular increase in its intensity or severity.

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Published on : 11 Jun 2009

Three prominent McGillians appointed to the Order of Quebec

Principal Munroe-Blum; distinguished neuropsychologist and surgeon among new inductees

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Published on : 08 Jun 2009

Dick Pound to preside over his last McGill Convocation

Outgoing Chancellor will continue to play important role at University

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Published on : 28 May 2009

688 Sherbrooke Street reopened

688 Sherbrooke St. has been reopened following a water leak late Friday morning that forced the closure and evacuation of the building. All activities and classes have resumed as normal.

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Published on : 25 May 2009

Most of 688 Sherbrooke Street reopened

688 Sherbrooke St. has been largely reopened following a water leak late Friday morning that forced the closure and evacuation of the building. Floors 4, 5 and 6 remain closed, but other floors are open and classes will resume Saturday.

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Published on : 22 May 2009