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Expert on Trade: Brexit, CETA, and Canada-China free trade

Published: 30Mar2017

What will be the impact of Brexit on Canada? What will happen with the new upcoming new Comprehensive and Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) this summer? Also, what can one expect from upcoming free...

Expert: OECD report on Montreal’s employment and innovation

Published: 29Mar2017

The OECD has released a report titled "City of Talent Montreal: An Action Plan for Boosting Employment, Innovation and Skills": “Montreal has huge potential to become one of the most dynamic cities...

Expert on Israel: What's happening to the Two-state solution?

Published: 16Feb2017

"Palestinians reacted with anger and bafflement on Wednesday after the Trump administration apparently backed away from insisting that having two states — one for Israelis, one for Palestinians —...

McGill University at the American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

Published: 14Feb2017

Hynes Convention Center - Boston Jumpstarting Neurological Research through Open Science – MNI & McGill University Friday, February 17, 2017, 1:30-2:30 PM/ Room 208

Expert: Hurricane Matthew

Published: 6Oct2016

“Hurricane Matthew is poised to deliver a potentially catastrophic strike on Haiti beginning Monday, and poses a danger to eastern Cuba and Jamaica by Monday night.” (The Weather Network)

Expert: flossing

Published: 10Aug2016

"The world woke to the smell of burning floss last week, as thunderous applause met news reports that there was, after all, no evidence for dentists recommending flossing.

Expert: Health Care Accessory Fees (Quebec)

Published: 2May2016

The Quebec government has the intention to prohibit all accessory fees in health care. (La Presse)

Expert: Prince (1958-2016)

Published: 22Apr2016

"Prince, the superstar American singer-songwriter known for his incredible musicianship, diverse appeal across multiple genres and cavalcade of award-winning hits, has died at age 57." (CBC)

Expert: Impeachment of Brazilian President

Published: 18Apr2016

Brazilian legislators voted on Sunday night to approve impeachment of Dilma Rousseff, the nation’s first female president. (The New York Times)

Canada: Children at back of the pack among rich nations

Published: 18Apr2016

A new report released today by UNICEF highlights the inequalities in child well-being in the world’s most affluent nations, including Canada. While progress in reducing child well-being gaps has...

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