McGill Food and Dining Services advertises new, sustainable seafood options, now available at four of McGill’s cafeterias. (Simon Poitrimolt / McGill Tribune)

Campus cafeterias now serving sustainable seafood options

McGill Food and Dining Services (MFDS) recently received a Chain of Custody Certification by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). MSC, an independent, non-profit organization, helps to promote an increasingly sustainable seafood market by recognizing and presenting awards to sustainable fishing practices, and certifying fresh wild-caught seafood. The Chain of Custody[Read More…]

(Michael Paolucci / McGill Tribune)

Highlights from the Mar. 14 SSMU Council

Revision of Tuition and Student Fees Certain charges to students’ fees are to be reviewed by the Students’ Society of McGill Unviersity (SSMU) and faculty members. A motion presented at the SSMU Winter General Assembly (GA) on Feb. 27 called upon SSMU to “conduct a thorough review of all tuition[Read More…]

Students and admin discuss protest documents

On Feb. 20, the McGill administration hosted a Consultation Fair on the downtown campus concerning the recently released Statement of Values and Principles on Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Assembly and Operating Procedures. Participants at the Fair raised concerns with the language of the Statement of Values and the[Read More…]

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Highlights from the Feb. 7 SSMU Council

Motion regarding creation of the SSMU Equity Fund referendum question The beginning of Thursday evening’s Council meeting involved discussion on how the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) addresses equity. SSMU Equity Commissioners Justin Koh and Shaina Agbayani reported on the work of the Student Equity Committee this past academic year,[Read More…]

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