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CBC | Bombardier to lay off hundreds of workers at Thunder Bay, Ont., plant

Published: 10Jul2019

Bombardier plans to cut several hundred jobs at its Thunder Bay, Ont., facility, according to federal and provincial government sources. ...

Digital Ecosystem Research Challenge Launched ahead of 2019 Election

Published: 10Jul2019

Dr. Taylor Owen, holder of the Beaverbrook Chair in Ethics, Media and Communications received, with Dr. Elizabeth Dubois (University of Ottawa), a Canada History Fund grant to run the Digital...

MENTAL ILLNESS: BRAIN DISEASE OR GUT DISEASE? Dr Whitley, Psychology Today

Published: 10Jul2019

Almost 30 years ago, the U.S National Institute of Health declared the 1990s "the decade of the brain." Since then, considerable funding has been devoted to psychiatric research exploring various...

THE CONVERSATION | To cure brain diseases, neuroscientists must collaborate: That’s why I’m giving my data away

Published: 8Jul2019

Thomas Durcan, professor at the Montréal Neurological Institute of McGill University is growing stem cells in a dish to develop better treatments for Parkinson’s disease....

Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Can we halt global amphibian declines?

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By Benedikt R. Schmidt (Dept. of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies, University of Zurich, Switzerland and Info Fauna Karch, Switzerland)

Why doctors argue ‘carbon pricing’ can ‘cure’ climate change | Global News

Published: 4Jul2019

JUNE 30, 2019 | For doctors across Canada, the evidence at the bedside is increasingly hard to ignore: climate change poses a serious health risk. Chris Ragan, Director of the Max Bell School of...

Piecing together the public policy puzzle | McGill News

Published: 4Jul2019

July 2, 2019 | McGill's Alumni Magazine recently published piece about the creation of the Max Bell School of Public Policy. This feature written by Joel Yanofsky (BA’77, MA’91) highlights the...

CBC | How Montreal is preparing for the 'scooter-pocalypse'

Published: 4Jul2019

The sudden appearance of e-scooters in a city is a phenomenon McGill University geography Prof. Grant McKenzie half-jokingly refers to as the "scooter-pocalypse." McKenzie says Montrealers tend to...

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