McGill receives its largest gift for Indigenous education

Published: 14Jun2019

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded a US$1.25-million grant to McGill University, in support of a new Indigenous Studies and Community Engagement Initiative. The Initiative will be...

UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS | Some simple policy changes to support scientist-parents

Published: 14Jun2019

Despite an ever-growing demand for talent in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields, full-time employment for STEM workers remains challenging – and this is especially...

MONTREAL GAZETTE | Consumers urged to buy local as frozen imported raspberries are recalled

Published: 14Jun2019

Quebec recalled frozen raspberries imported from Chile this week over concerns they might be contaminated with norovirus. The norovirus is a highly contagious virus that continues to thrive when...

TORONTO STAR | Ottawa won’t raise the carbon price beyond $50, environment minister says

Published: 14Jun2019

Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna revealed Thursday that the federal government will not raise the national carbon price beyond 2022, a decision that experts say means Canada will need...

Expert: Gulf of Oman tankers attacked

Published: 13Jun2019

An attack on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman occured this morning. All crew members were evacuated and are safe, according to the owners of the two ships. (Source: CNN)...

Expert: 100th anniversary of the International Labour Organization

Published: 9Apr2019

On April 11, the International Labour Organization (ILO) will celebrate its 100th anniversary and Adelle Blackett, Canada Research Chair in Transnational Labour Law and Development, is available to...

Expert: Food Safety and Food Recall Warnings

Published: 13Jun2019

Food recall warnings by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency occurs almost every week in Canada. Here's an expert who can answers questions about food safety:

NOOZHAWK | Brenda Milner Still an Inspiring Leader in Brain Research

Published: 13Jun2019

At the age of 100, she is still a professor in the department of neurology and neurosurgery at McGill University as well as a professor of psychology at the Montreal Neurological Institute &...

KAMLOOPS MATTERS | Raptors' run captures Montrealers' imagination, fuels city's own hoop dreams

Published: 13Jun2019

Montreal is shutting down two downtown blocks tonight to allow people to cheer on a team from the city's traditional bete noire: Toronto. The very notion would have seemed far-fetched, until Monday...