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Queer McGill executives resign

Four new Queer McGill executives were elected on Friday evening to fill some of the vacancies left by the five executives who resigned from the organization in December and January Queer McGill's volunteer, policy and equity, political action, and publicity co-ordinators resigned from the group, along with one of the organization's co-administrators.
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McGill joins Blair foundation

Last month, McGill University became an official partner of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation and a committed member to the foundation's Faith and Globalization Initiative. Founded in 2008 by former British prime minister Tony Blair, the foundation seeks to cultivate respect and cooperation among the world's major religions, as well as to work with religious groups on development projects and education programs.
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Talking to John F. Burns, the globetrotting foreign correspondent

On a Saturday evening several weeks ago, John F. Burns and I filed into King's College, Cambridge, for evening services. Burns, the chief foreign correspondent for The New York Times, does not seem at first glance like a particularly religious man. The 65-year-old McGill graduate is a tall man, solidly built, with a mop of curly, light grey hair and a white beard.
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AMUSE gains accreditation

After a year and a half of campaigning, the Assiciation of McGill University Support Employees, the oraganization composed of McGill's 3,000 casual workers, has unionized and affiliated with the Public Service Alliance of Canada. The campaign, which began in September 2008, started when a group of undergraduate students in the McGill work study program felt they needed a union structure to balance their working conditions with those of the represented colleagues.
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McGill students awarded green project funding

Two McGill undergraduate students received a total of $8,500 in funding for sustainability projects last week after applying for the funds at a sustainability conference in September. Amélie Marsolais-Ricard and Jonathan Glencross were among 180 Canadian university students who attended Impact!: The Co-operators Youth Conference for Sustainability Leadership in Guelph, Ont.
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Eight candidates vie for two spots in SSMU C&S Rep election

Two Students' Society clubs and services representatives vacated their positions last semester, necessitating an election, to be held this Wednesday, to fill the positions. One representative from each full-status club, service, or publication can cast a ballot on Wednesday, though anyone can ask questions or participate in the debate to be held before the vote.
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Earth & Planetary Sciences Department receives $4.1m donation

The McGill Earth and Planetary Sciences Department recently received a $4.1 million donation from McGill graduate Robert Wares and his mining company, the Osisko Mining Corporation. According to geology Professor Anthony Williams-Jones, between 1995 and 2000, McGill was forced to institute a 25 per cent cut in spending due to the national deficit.
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New campus for University of Sherbrooke in Longueuil

Montreal Metro stations located near the city's universities generally have names to reflect this fact: McGill, Guy-Concordia, and Berri-UQAM. However, Six years after being renamed, the Longueuil - Université-de-Sherbrooke metro station remained something of a misnomer - that is, until now.
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