Dr. Cindy Blackstock Honoured with World Children's Prize 2023

Published: 2 November 2023

Earlier this month, Dr. Cindy Blackstock was the 2023 recipient of the World Children's Prize, voted by millions of children internationally.  Read the full story on the McGill Reporter here. 

McGill Reporter: IMPRESS team wins Principal’s Award

Published: 21 November 2023

From Neale McDevitt, editor at the McGill Reporter: 

The McGill Reporter: "Indigenous communities unite for fall Scarf Ceremony"

Published: 23 November 2023

From Stephanie Wereley, Internal Communications Officer, Communications and External Relations:...

Principal Saini presents Isaiah Cree with Legacy Game trophy stick as McGill defeats Queen's

Published: 5 October 2023

View Earl Zukerman's coverage here of the Second Annual Legacy Game, which took place on September 30th 2023 between McGill Redbirds and Queen's Gaels.

McGill Reporter: IAW roundtable to tackle healthcare issues facing Indigenous people

Published: 5 October 2023

On Monday, Sept. 25, from 4 to 6 p.m, the Office of Indigenous Initiatives hosted a roundtable discussion with Josée Lavallée, Sarah Konwahahawi Rourke, and Amy Shawanda on systemic violence in...

McGill Reporter: Pow Wow in pictures

Published: 5 October 2023

On Friday, September 22nd 2023, McGill University's First Peoples house hosted the 22nd annual PowWow in collaboration with the Office of Indigenous Initiatives. ...

McGill's Black History Month: Decolonizing Approaches to Research

Thursday, February 17, 2022 18:00to19:30

This panel will explore approaches to research in the Caribbean as well as McGill's historical research relationship with Barbados through the Bellairs institute. This will be a panel comprised of...

Employment Opportunities at the Native Women's Shelter of Montreal

Published: 10 July 2023

The Native Women's Shelter of Montreal is seeking applicants for the following positions: ...

McGill Reporter: Honouring National Indigenous Peoples Day

Published: 22 June 2023

"Honouring National Indigenous Peoples Day: McGill community gathers under the Hiawatha Wampum Belt Flag"...


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