Cows, dragons and green men in the spotlight during Nuit Blanche

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Alive at Night is McGill’s March 3 celebration of the annual rite of spring across Montreal called Nuit Blanche, part of the winter festival called Montréal en Lumière. McGill’s main event includes a flashlight tour of historic Redpath Hall, followed by a concert by McGill Music students on the Hall’s famous pipe organ.

All-nighters for culture vultures and science buffs at McGill’s Nuit Blanche

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McGill will be taking part in this year’s Nuit Blanche à Montréal, with a selection of tours and activities open to the public that feature everything from monumental sculptures and foreboding dinosaurs to Egyptian mummies and after-hours chemistry demonstrations.