McGill nursing student Chloe Wilde, BSc’11, recently triumphed in a reality show competition to become MuchMusic’s newest on-air personality.
Heidi Hollinger, BA’90, visits the world’s great port cities and shares her adventures with TV viewers in both of Canada’s official languages on Ports d’attache and Waterfront Cities of the World.
Jack Gelineau, BCom’49, was once the NHL’s top rookie, but walked away from hockey after only a few seasons. A Redmen alum recounts how he met the former star under surprising circumstances years later.
Each spring, graduating students trash their belongings in their rush to move on to the next chapters of their lives. Each fall, new students arrive, anxious to buy things as cheaply as possible. Campus Swaps is there to connect the dots.
Author Sally Armstrong, BEd’66, DLitt’02, has shone a light on the horrors inflicted on women throughout the world. Her new book offers an optimistic update on how women are spurring global change.
by Rhonda Mullins, CertTranslation’05 Translating the work of a gifted writer from one language to another is a tricky business. No less an authority than Umberto Eco once summed it up by saying that “translation is the art of a failure.” In a country like Canada, with its much-touted two solitudes, one could argue that [...]
by Sheldon Gordon “This is Power & Politics, and you are where you need to be,” intones Evan Solomon, BA’90, MA’92, each weekday as he welcomes TV viewers to CBC News Network’s two-hour political talkfest from the nation’s capital. As it happens, this is also where Solomon needs to be – at least for now. [...]
Scientists are in agreement: Climate change is happening and the consequences could be dire. So why aren’t we doing more about it? by Sylvain Comeau When Hurricane Sandy battered the U.S. east coast last fall, many environmentalists were quick to point to the disaster as evidence of global warming. Famed activist David Suzuki called it [...]
Jean-Pierre Blais, BCL’84, LLB’84, the new chair of the CRTC, vows that Canada’s communications companies will be under pressure to prove that their activities serve the public interest.
McGill economist Christopher Barrington-Leigh says Quebecers are among the happiest people in the world. He suspects the province’s Nordic approach to life has a lot to do with it.