Upcoming email changes to take advantage of Office 365

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Starting in June and continuing into the fall, McGill IT Services will be making changes to optimize our email processes and gain the full benefits of moving to Email on Office 365.

May 25: Free bike engraving

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McGill Security Services will be teaming up with the SPVM (Montreal Police) to provide free bike engravings on the downtown campus on May 25.

May 18–19: Sing the brave song

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A new original play called Sing the Brave Song: This Isn’t Over, being performed May 18 and 19, will provide teachable moments for McGill students and the public to better understand First Nations issues.

Textbook affordability and open educational resources

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A new report by graduating Arts student Casarina Hocevar releases the findings of a student textbook affordability survey and provides a set of recommendations for greater open educational resources use on campus.

Showcase Canadian culture this summer

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Show our international students a typical summer weekend in Canada – including swimming, cycling, barbecuing and more – as they improve their English skills and learn about Canadian culture.

IHSP summer policy workshop on marijuana legalization

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The McGill Institute for Health and Social Policy (IHSP) will be hosting its third annual summer policy workshop, focusing on the plan to legalize marijuana in Canada

Mole vs. melanoma: Can you spot the difference?

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This is the fourth lecture of the series presented by The Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre and will include presentations from doctors and investigators on melanoma and melanoma research.

Construction update

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Please note that due to the City of Montreal’s construction projects near the downtown campus, Sherbrooke Street will be closed to vehicular traffic in both directions between Peel and University Streets this weekend (Saturday, April 29, and Sunday, April 30) and next weekend (Saturday, May 6 and Sunday, May 7)

Update on undergraduate medical education accreditation

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The following is a message from Dr. David Eidelman, Vice-Principal (Health Affairs) and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine to update people on the undergraduate medical education accreditation.

Emerging Leaders for sustainable community development

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The Institute for the Study of International Development at McGill University and Emerging Leaders’ Dialogues, is offering an innovative program which promotes relationship building and sustainable development between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities through leadership collaboration and development.