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Des révélations contredisent Péladeau

 « C’est à cause de la loi du Canada et du Québec, qui n’oblige pas les compagnies à rendre publiques les informations sur leur structure [d’affaires] et sur la circulation de leurs revenus », a justifié Allison Christians, professeure en droit fiscal à l’Université McGill. Le Devoir

Published: 29 Jan 2016

Robert Leckey on Senate Reform

Homerun's Sue Smith speaks to McGill constitutional professor, Robert Leckey, about how the parties propose to "fix" the senate... or not. CBC Homerun

Published: 29 Jan 2016

Kathrin Rothermich – Social Communication

There are two levels to any conversation, what is said aloud – and what is not. Kathrin Rothermich, PhD in Cognitive Science; Postdoctoral Fellow at McGill University, examines her research into whether or not you’re hearing the whole story. The Academic Minute

Published: 29 Jan 2016

Can Canada open up Iran without enraging its allies?

The political reactions to renewed relations with Iran will be a test of whether Canadian leaders, media and voters are willing to move past the foreign policies of the Harper era, said Gil Troy, a history professor at McGill University and a Shalom Hartman Engaging Israel Research Fellow in Jerusalem. iPolitics

Published: 28 Jan 2016

Anonymous, qui es-tu?

Gabriella Coleman, professeure d'anthropologie, dresse le portrait des pirates masqués. Le Devoir

Published: 28 Jan 2016

Dr. Mitch's five heart healthy habits

Article by Dr. Mitch Shulman, Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery. The Suburban

Published: 28 Jan 2016

Watson: We’re resourceful and we’re OK. Really?

Column by William Watson, professor of economics. Ottawa Citizen

Published: 27 Jan 2016

Office workers should use same care as athletes

Côté, a kinesiology researcher who teaches at McGill University, is interested in finding ways to reduce or even prevent the kinds of muscular and skeletal stresses and pains that will affect one in ten office workers at some point in their careers. Tech Vibes

Published: 27 Jan 2016

La recherche au coeur de la révolution industrielle

Suzanne Fortier, la principale et vice-chancelière de l’Université McGill, est la première haute dirigeante d’une université canadienne à être invitée à devenir membre du Global University Leaders du Forum économique mondial, un club sélect qui regroupe une vingtaine de recteurs des plus prestigieuses universités du monde. La Presse

Published: 27 Jan 2016

Mères porteuses: Québec doit agir rapidement

Article d’opinion par Robert Leckey, Directeur du centre Paul-André Crépeau de droit privé et comparé. La Presse

Published: 27 Jan 2016

Concert du Rémi Bolduc Jazz Ensemble à Saint-Albert

Rémi Bolduc est un jazzman reconnu au pays qui a collaboré avec Vic Vogel et Bernard Primeau entre autres. Professeur à l'Université McGill à Montréal, il connaît bien l'Alberta pour y avoir joué et enseigné. Michel Charron lui a parlé. Radio-Canada

Published: 25 Jan 2016

McGill's Nancy Low on stigma

Video with Nancy Low, assistant professor of psychiatry. CTV News Montreal

Published: 25 Jan 2016

What you need to know to write a Best Seller

Professor Andrew Piper on what you need to know to write a Best Seller. It's a question many authors likely ask themselves: "what will make my book a best seller?" Unfortunately, for fiction writers wanting to make a living off their work, there hasn't been a set formula or list of rules to follow... until now. CBC News

Published: 25 Jan 2016

University must prepare students for new labour market

Universities will have to prepare students for multiple career changes and a longer working life if they are to contribute to reducing the global inequality that is a major focus of this week’s discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos, says the principal of McGill University, Suzanne Fortier. The Globe and Mail

Published: 22 Jan 2016

School diversity is an asset

Isabelle Bajeux-Besnainou, the first female dean of McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management, says it is important to embrace diversity in schools by having open communication. Financial Times

Published: 22 Jan 2016

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