久游棋牌A remarkable eye for McGill moments
For decades, Owen Egan, BA'87, has been a fixture on McGill's campuses, photographing starship captains, singing legends, world leaders, and thousands of McGillians. Egan is now sharing some of his favourite McGill photos online. 
久游棋牌Providing a workplace with an easy commute
A lot of people are working from 久游棋牌 right now. Once things get back to normal, Justin Raymond, BEd’94, suspects that not everyone will be eager to return to the daily grind of long commutes. And that’s where his Toronto-based company Flexday comes in.
久游棋牌A helping hand for restaurant workers
Thousands of restaurant employees in Montreal recently lost their jobs thanks to COVID-19. The McGill alumnae who launched the Montreal Restaurant Workers Relief Fund have raised almost $100,000 to help support them.
久游棋牌Sharing the joy of music in a pandemic
Suzie LeBlanc is among the many talented McGill musicians who are finding creative new ways to share their gifts during this pandemic. Take a break from the news to watch some of their inspiring online performances.
久游棋牌Challenging the world to design an innovative ventilator
A two-week global contest to seek out a new design for a low-cost, easy-to-build ventilator has generated a massive response from more than 2,600 participants in 94 countries determined to help address the worldwide shortage of these life-saving machines.
久游棋牌A blood test for the new space age
The McGill graduates behind Sensoreal created a unique device to test blood that's about the size of a smartphone. Currently being tested on the International Space Station, It could be an ideal technology for keeping tabs on the health of astronauts.