James O’Reilly, BCL’63, was recently honoured by both the Bar of Montreal and the Cree Nation Government for the pioneering role he has played in aboriginal law.
Ric’key Pageot, BMus’03, used to play cover versions of Madonna songs at weddings. These days, he performs those songs while sharing the stage with Madonna herself.
Food scientist Lawrence Goodridge is leading an ambitious research effort aimed at dramatically reducing the impact of salmonella, a bacteria that costs the Canadian economy $1 billion.
In his latest book, history professor Gil Troy examines how Bill Clinton’s presidency helped shape the nineties and how the trends of that decade affected Clinton and his wife Hillary.
Thanks to a rebranding and a closer association with the Montreal Canadiens, the former McGill stars who now play for the Canadiennes de Montréal hope to attract a wider range of fans to women’s hockey.
What could it have been like to grow up with one of the most notorious figures of the 20th century as your father? Rosemary Sullivan, BA’68, found out for her award-winning book.
The Canadian media is happy enough to report on the foibles of others. They’re not quite so comfortable when Jesse Brown, BA’00, reports on theirs.
Andrea Stairs, BA’96, the managing director of eBay Canada, is paying close attention to the changing ways in which Canadians shop.
In her new book, social historian Mary Anne Poutanen, BA’83, MA’86, explores the lives of prostitutes in Montreal two centuries ago.
Research led by McGill’s Fabrice Jollant points to a potential connection between suicide vulnerability and high-risk decision-making in families.