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McGill's impact in Canada

  • For sale: A home to grow in

    The Grow Home costs only $100,000 to build, substantially less than the average selling price of a Canadian home.

  • A transformative experience—no debate about it

    The 51st annual McGill High School Debating Tournament welcomed 187 high school students from across Canada.

  • Uncovering hidden abuse

    McGill researcher Delphine Collin-Vézina is studying the accuracy of statistics concerning sexual abuse of children.

  • Nutritional supplement boosts productivity—for plants

    McGill researcher Don Smith is on the front lines of the worldwide fight to find green ways of feeding burgeoning populations.

  • Revisiting traditional foods

    Grace Egeland says Inuit diets are moving away from traditional hunted and harvested foods.

Nutritional supplement boosts productivity—for plants
A new green compound lets farmers boost their crop yields for pennies per acre.
A transformative experience—no debate about it
High-school students from across Canada learn valuable skills and experience a world-class university at the annual McGill Debating Tournament.
Uncovering hidden abuse
Child abuse may be dropping in Canada, but then again it may not... A McGill researcher works to understand the problem so victims can get the support they need.
Seeking justice for all
Some legal interns do more than get coffee. A McGill internship program sees Law students fighting for social justice in cities and remote regions of the country.
For sale: A home to grow in
The Grow Home uses innovative architectural design and costs only $100,000 to build, putting home ownership in reach for thousands across Canada.
Revisiting traditional foods
Traditional Inuit foods like berries, game and seaweed pack major nutritional punch, and a McGill team is helping to keep them on the menu.