Mac grad finds his niche with medical marijuana
Agrologist David Bernard-Perron, BSc(AgEnvSc)’12, MSc’15, has some thoughts on the pending legalization of marijuana, a plant he has come to be very familiar with thanks to his work at the Whistler Medical Marijuana Corporation.
Muskoka craft brewery gets new look and taste
As a student at McGill, Mississauga native Darren Smith, BA’09, was already contemplating opening a craft brewery. A year after he graduated, Lake of Bays Brewing Company took flight.
Setting sail to make history
Simon DuBois, BCom’10, DPA’11, is embarking on an adventure of a lifetime – an around the world sailing race. He hopes the experience will help him with his business career goals.
New board chair sees universities as vital change agents
Ram Panda, MEng’71, MBA’77, the new chair of McGill’s board of governors, believes in the role that universities play in society – and is thankful for the role that McGill played in his own life.
Vermont cellist Joshua Morris’s golden year
McGill’s Golden Violin Award is one of the most significant music prizes in Canada, to the tune of $25,000, and the 2016-17 winner is Vermont native and cellist Joshua Morris.
Toronto mentors help girls facing multiple barriers
Every year, a number of high school girls in Toronto are matched up with female mentors. The GEM program is the brainchild of Rochelle de Goias, BA’01, who wants to create a female mentorship culture within the GTA.