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In anticipation of the transformation of the McLennan-Redpath Library Complex, some excavation work will be conducted on select areas of the lower west field adjacent to the McLennan and Redpath Library buildings. The McLennan-Redpath Library buildings are part of a designated heritage site. Standard protocol requires that McGill conduct an archeological excavation before starting any large-scale construction project.

Classified as: McLennan Library Building, Redpath Library Building, Renovations
Published on: 16 Jun 2023

Five offices across disciplines and campuses embrace sustainability at work and beyond through the Sustainable Workplace Certification program

What motivates sustainable change?

Classified as: Sustainability, Sustainable Workplace, Humanities and Social Sciences Library, Desautels Career Management Centre, Macdonald Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, Financial Services
Published on: 17 May 2023

The ICI on recycle + program highlights organizations across Quebec committed to improving their waste sorting and reduction efforts

McGill is one of two Quebec universities to receive recognition from the provincial government for its waste management practices. RECYC-QUÉBEC, the branch responsible for sustainable waste management, recently awarded McGill’s downtown campus the Performance certification level of its ICI on recycle + program.

Classified as: Sustainability, waste management, recycling
Published on: 16 May 2023

The McGill Office of Sustainability and the Department of Buildings and Grounds is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the role of Zero-waste Coordinator. 

McGill’s Waste Reduction and Diversion Task Force was established to identify opportunities to optimize McGill’s waste management system. This Task-Force has recently completed the new 2018-2025 Waste Reduction & Diversion Plan, and is seeking to hire a Zero-Waste Coordinator to implement this Plan. This individual will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of Plan implementation.

Classified as: Careers in Sustainability, McGill Office of Sustainability, waste
Published on: 8 Feb 2018

Now that circulation on Sherbrooke Street has returned to normal, the inter-campus shuttle bus stop will be moved back to Sherbrooke Street as of Monday, June 12, 2017. However, due to the new street configuration (including wider sidewalks), the pick-up and drop-off location of the shuttle will not return to its previous location (west of the Roddick Gates) but will move to the south side of Sherbrooke Street, 20 metres west of University St. (west of the 24 bus stop, between the McCord Museum and 688 Sherbrooke). This will be its new permanent location.

Published on: 8 Jun 2017

The Impact of the Strike in Quebec’s Construction Industry on McGill University 

The Quebec-wide construction strike affects construction and renovation projects underway at McGill. A strike of any significant duration will inevitably impact the schedule for completion of our projects.

Published on: 18 Jun 2013

Update, 06/12: The water shutdown previously scheduled for June 11 and 12 will now take place at the same time on June 12 and 13. The new dates are reflected below.

Published on: 11 Jun 2013

The City of Montreal has informed McGill that due to municipal construction, some downtown campus buildings will lack water for up to 15 hours on May 31 and June 1. For the City’s scheduled water shutdown schedule, please consult the table below.

As well, some streets near the campus will be closed from Friday evening through Saturday morning, with the following implications for traffic and parking:

Published on: 28 May 2013
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