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McGill Cares: Navigating the Journey of Parkinson’s Disease

28Oct202012:00
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Join us on October 28 at noon for the next webcast in our weekly series, McGill Cares, designed to support informal care/medsimcentreCategory: Faculty of Medicine Medical Simulation Centre

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

23Oct202011:00
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The Psychiatry Grand Rounds presents:...

Grand Rounds: Programmed Axon Death and its Roles in Human Disease (Virtual)

21Oct202008:30
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  McGill’s Neurology Grand Rounds features weekly talks on a variety  of clinical and research topics by both local and guest speakers. They are held weekly on Wednesday mornings.

Wild Mushrooms of Quebec - Storymap Exploration

10Jan202110:00
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Join us for a family friendly foraging trip to learn where you can find wild (and often edible!) mushrooms around accessible woodlands and public parks near Montreal.

Minerals of Quebec - Storymap Exploration

7Feb202110:00
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11:00

A family friendly dig into some of Quebec’s heritage quarries and the minerals associated with these sites.

Secret science spots of McGill

7Mar202110:00
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Science at McGill University goes back 150 years, but there are hidden pockets of history that will surprise even the most avid science nerd.

The Herle Burly Podcast: Jennifer Welsh and the Political Panel with Jenni and Scott

Published: 19Oct2020

October 19, 2020 | Jennifer Welsh, a Max Bell School Professor, was recently featured on the Herle Burly Podcast where she discussed the potential to reframe Canada's Global Strategy project. ...

The problem with Canada's monetary policy regime

Published: 19Oct2020

October 19, 2020 | Canada's current monetary policy regime is not as credible as it could be, argues Kevin Carmichael in his latest article from The Financial Post. Kevin shares insights from the...

Opinion: All children in Quebec should have health coverage

Published: 19Oct2020

October 19, 2020 | In this op-ed from the Montreal Gazette, Max Bell School Professor Pearl Eliadis highlights some of the exclusionary flaws in Quebec's public health system. Peal argues that...

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