Made-at-McGill technology drawing global attention

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Concrete blocks are commonly used in basement and foundation walls. Unfortunately, producing a key ingredient of these blocks – cement – generates lots of carbon-dioxide emissions. But what if you could make blocks in a way that soaks up CO2, instead of releasing it into the atmosphere? That’s the idea behind Carbicrete, a Montreal-based company founded in July by a team of McGill University graduates.

Construction slated for HWY 20 overpass

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Major repairs to the Macdonald Campus Highway 20 overpass will begin on Nov. 4. Commuters are advised to expect delays when travelling to or from the campus.