Montreal’s English dramatic tradition comes to life in showcase of free staged readings

12 Feb 2020

Audiences are invited to attend a series of free staged readings, which unearth plays from English Montreal’s not-so-distant past. The event will spotlight influential writers like Leonard Cohen,...

Classifying the world's rivers

29 Jan 2019

New paper by Camille Ouellet Dallaire and Bernhard Lehner (McGill Department of Geography), Roger Sayre (US Geological Survey, Reston, VA) and Michele Thieme (World Wildlife Fund, Washington, DC)...

World Maternal Mental Health Day

24 Apr 2018

Why are you interested in maternal mental health especially in pregnancy?

Tax havens: The three issues | by Alain Deneault

20 Feb 2018

Who pays for Canada? Taxes and Fairness, McGill Institute for the Study of Canada 2018 Conference, welcomes Alain Deneault “directeur de programme” at the Collège international de philosophie in...

Appointment for the Dean of School of Continuing Studies

20 Feb 2018

Professor Christopher Manfredi, Provost and Vice-Principal Academic announces the appointment of Dr. Carola Weil as the next Dean of the School of Continuing Studies. Dr. Weil’s five-year,...

Appointment for the Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry

20 Feb 2018

Professor Christopher Manfredi, Provost and Vice-Principal Academic announces the appointment of Dr. Elham Emami as the next Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry. Dr. Emami’s five-year, renewable term...

McGill lecturer to open his class with public talk on justice and race in Saskatchewan

14 Feb 2018

The death of Colten Boushie in Saskatchewan and Gerald Stanley acquittal sparked a national discussion on the Canadian justice system and anti-indigenous racism in Canada.

NSERCs Science, Action! contest: open for voting!

7 Feb 2018

Public Voting is now open for NSERC's Science, Action! contest, and seven McGill students are in the running....

Wilder Penfield honoured with Google Doodle

26 Jan 2018

You don’t have to be a brain surgeon to know why we’re celebrating Wilder Penfield’s 127th birthday today, but it doesn’t hurt! Penfield was once considered “the greatest living Canadian” for his...


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