You are here

The Clubs, the Clubs, the Clubs are on FIRE

For more information about the Murmur or how to submit an ad, visit the Murmur page on the Med-Dent Student Gateway.

To view classifieds, click here to go to the bottom of the newsletter.

To view the MSS Calendar and to learn more about what the MSS and the MSS Clubs have to offer, visit our new website The Thrill.

Hi Med Friends,

Every week when preparting the Murmur, I look through the table of contents to see what stands out, and then make a not-so-successful attempt at coming up with a witty subject line and intro text for you guys to read. This week, what stood out to me was that there are SO MANY events happening. Our Clubs are awesome. Point à la ligne.

If you're overwhelmed with the number of events and are worried that you won't be able to keep track of them all, feel free to synch our MSS Google Calendar with yours! All events advertized in the Murmur are also in the Google Calendar (home page of The Thrill).

Have a great week!

Natasha Caminsky, MSS VP Internal 2016-2017

Table of Contents

  • Anti-diabetic properties of medicinal plants
  • Pediatrics Post-Match Talk
  • Student Neurology Symposium 2017
  • Rural Family Medicine Rotation Talk
  • Ophthalmology Post-Match Talk + Pizza
  • MOnc and MS3 present: "A Surgeon’s Perspective on A Career in Oncology"
  • Ethics of health data, data and more data w/ Dr Joly
  • CMDS - Dr Jérôme Lejeune: A Life of Science & Faith by Dr Basik
  • Passages: A Conversation on Art and Hospitals
  • Oslerian Treasures (Lecture and Wine & Cheese): Neuro-Oncology
  • Med Mobile Health Intern
  • CFMS Communiqué (March 7th, 2017)
  • McGill24 - Show your support by signing up on Thunderclap
  • Funding opportunity: Student Sponsorship Program (Deadline: March 18th)
  • The Power of Indigenous Arts: Resistance and Revitalization
  • Come out to McGill's Year-End Art Show!
  • McGill Student Association for Collaborative Mental Healthcare Conference
  • Tutor Recruitment
  • $$$ Funding Opportunities through the Institute for Health and Social Policy $$$
  • Congrès Nordique 2017 Montreal April 1st and 2nd
  • QMA Student Committee Special Projects Fund
  • Participants Needed for Global Health Research Study
  • Revised Charter of Students' Rights: Share your Feedback!
  • Indigeneity and Solidarity Week


  • Beautiful, newly renovated 3 1/2 in Golden Square Mile!
  • 4 ½ Condo in CDN
  • Montreal-Furnished-Atwater/St Catherine ST- S Sur Le Square -New Condo-Central location for MUHC hospitals
  • Montreal, Westmount close to MUHC
  • MedHousing - Looking for elective, residency or fellowship accommodation?
  • For RENT: Beautiful 2-BR Apt with a spectacular view of downtown

Anti-diabetic properties of medicinal plants

MSS Clubs

Must see! The Indigenous Health Interest Group is happy to invite you to a captivating conference on anti-diabetic effects of medicinal plants by Pierre Haddad, PhD.

When : March 16th, 6PM.
Where : Room 208, McIntyre Building.

Pierre Haddad is a tenured professor in the pharmacology and physiology department at UDEM. Since 2003, he has led the CIHR Team in Aboriginal Antidiabetic Medicines. They study plants used by Elders and healers of Eeyou Istchee (James Bay Cree territory) that have promising anti-diabetic potential. Their research involves many disciplines such as ethnobotany, phytochemistry, nutrition, pharmacology. Dr. Haddad will begin by presenting fascinating results on biological activities of anti-diabetic plants. Then, he’ll discuss the sociocultural and health stakes of current research projects such as his.

Can’t wait to see you there!
The IHIG Coordinators

Food will be served :)
Register here :

Pediatrics Post-Match Talk

MSS Clubs

Interested in pediatrics? Come join us on March 13th at 18:30 at the Annex for the Pediatrics Post-Match talk. There will be students who matched to Memorial, Sherbrooke, McGill, Ottawa, Queen's, Western, Calgary, and Edmonton. And pizza! Put your name on the sign-up sheet in the event description to reserve your spot.

Student Neurology Symposium 2017

MSS Clubs

FREE, all-day event, filled with conferences, workshops, and networking opportunities (career panel) in the field of neurology/neurosurgery!
Limited spot - Register here:

Event date: Saturday, March 18, 2017 8:30am - 5:30pm
Event location: McIntyre Building, McGill University
FB Event:
Event website:

MSS Clubs

Choosing to start with a Rural Fam Med rotation but unsure about how to plan it? Wanna go abroad but don't know where to start?
FAMSIG will be holding its annual talk in March on Rural Family Med Rotations (that mandatory rotation during med-3 clerkship). Upper-year students will be speaking about their experience in organizing rotations in Ethiopia, Northern Canada, BC and rural Quebec. This is a talk you DO NOT want to miss!!

*****Geared for Med-2s who are starting clerkship but open to students from all years******

WHEN: Wednesday, March 22nd/2017
WHERE: Thomson House Basement
TIME: 6-7:30PM

FamSIG is proud to hold its Annual Rural Family Medicine Talk.

To sign-up, click here

Ophthalmology Post-Match Talk + Pizza

MSS Clubs

It's time for the ophthalmology post-match talk! :) Come join us to hear from Med 4s who matched this year. Pizza will be served!

When: Wednesday March 22nd, 6:30pm
Where: Thomson House, Room 403

Sign up here for pizza:

See you there!

MSS Ophthalmology Interest Group

MOnc and MS3 present: "A Surgeon’s Perspective on A Career in Oncology"

MSS Clubs

Interested in a career in surgery and/or oncology? The MSS Oncology Interest Group and McGill Student Surgical Society invite you to our upcoming event: "A Surgeon’s Perspective on A Career in Oncology".

Where: Thomson House (3650 McTavish, H3A 1Y2), Room 406
When: Tuesday, March 28th 2017 - 18h00 to 19h30
Speaker: Dr. Mark Basik, Attending Surgical Oncologist at the Jewish General Hospital

Dr. Basik will be sharing his unique experiences of being a surgeon who operates on cancer patients. He will also speak about future directions of the field, and there will be opportunity for an exciting Q&A discussion.

Please RSVP at:

For more information, please visit

Ethics of health data, data and more data w/ Dr Joly

MSS Clubs

Oacis, Chartmax, DSQ, Oscar EMR....

All these information systems will become our best friends when we hit the wards. As digitized health data become more and more abundant, so does the possibility of data sharing and its ethical considerations. Is patient data truly private? How is it being used? Who manages it? Are there conflicts of interest? Discrimination?

Come find the answers to all these important questions in this exciting talk by Dr Yann Joly, "Towards a Data Intensive Canadian Health Ecosystem: Opportunities and Challenges".

When? Monday 13 March 6 PM - 7:30 PM
Where? McIntyre room 521 (Meakins)
FB event:

Food will be provided! :D Please RSVP to indicate your attendance here.

Dr. Yann Joly is a Lawyer Emeritus from the Quebec Bar and the Research Director of the Centre of Genomics and Policy. He is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Medicine, Department of Human Genetics and, at the Bioethics Unit at McGill University

The MSS Medical Ethics Students’ Society (MESS) strives to stimulate student involvement in issues relating to medical ethics and health law. Through panels, lectures and workshops, MESS aims to equip students for ethical decision-making and activism. MESS will also complement the Medical Ethics and Health Law course in UGME.

CMDS - Dr Jérôme Lejeune: A Life of Science & Faith by Dr Basik

MSS Clubs

Our next meeting is on March 14th as we welcome Dr. Mark Basik!

Dr. Basik is a surgical oncologist at the Jewish General Hospital. He has graciously offered to share with us how the life and faith of Dr. Lejeune have impacted him as a physician and a person of faith.

The father of modern genetics, Dr. Jérôme Lejeune founded the world's first specialized clinic for patients with Down syndrome. His discovery of an additional 21st chromosome in Down syndrome was also the first identification of a link between an intellectual disability and its genetic cause. Throughout his research career in genetics, Dr. Lejeune remained available to families, cared for disabled children, and gave thousands of lectures on genetics around the world.

We hope that Dr. Basik's stories from the life of Dr. Lejeune will inspire us as we prepare for our own medical careers!

When? Tuesday 14 March 6:30 - 8:30PM
Where? McIntyre Room 519
FB event:

Dinner will be provided ! Please RSVP if you are planning on coming so we know how much food to order! :D

your CMDS family

Check out the CMDS McGill Chapter!

Passages: A Conversation on Art and Hospitals

Faculty of Medicine

McGill Department of Social Studies of Medicine and the MUHC RBC Heritage and Art Centre present...

Passages: A Conversation on Art and Hospitals

Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 5:00pm

Exhibition Room, McGill School of Architecture (Macdonald-Harrington Building)

Come join us at an open conversation on art and hospitals with Jonathan Meakins (retired surgeon and Director of the MUHC RBC Art and Heritage Centre), Alain Parent (emergency physician and artist) and Tamar Tembeck (art historian, writer and performer), moderated by Annmarie Adams (Professor of Architecture and Chair of the Dept. of Social Studies of Medicine). This event accompanies the exhibition of work by Dr. Alain Parent, Passages: Entre art et medecine.

Oslerian Treasures (Lecture and Wine & Cheese): Neuro-Oncology

Faculty of Medicine

The McGill Osler Society and the Osler Library presents...

Discovering the Treasures of the Osler Library: 2016-17 series

"A History of Neuro-Oncology Canadian Savoir-Faire"

An illustrated talk by Rolando Del Maestro, MD-PhD (William Feindel Emeritus Professor in Neuro-Oncology at McGill's Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery; Director of the McGill Neurosurgical Simulation and Training Centre)

*** The talk will be accompanied by a splendid Oslerian wine and cheese. ***

Interested in neurosurgery, oncology and/or how Canadians have made a worldwide impact? You are invited to the Osler Library on March 30 at 4:35pm. Dr. Rolando Del Maestro, neurosurgeon and Director of McGill's own Neurosurgical Simulation and Training Centre, will be giving a talk about the stunning world of Neuro-Oncology. From past to present to future, he will narrate the story about this exciting field, driven both by cutting-edge technological advances and a rich heritage of Canadians making pivotal contributions to the loving care of patients with brain tumours. It shall be our honour to have Dr. Del Maestro as he shares his own captivating stories and wisdom from his many years in the neurosurgery operating room and by the bedside of his patients.

Dr. Del Maestro invites medical students and interested guests, to prepare a verbal minute supporting a Canadian(s) they feel has made an important contribution to Neuro-Oncology. He will be giving autographed copies of his book “A History of Neuro-Oncology” to those with the most compelling soupçons.

RSVP here:

Med Mobile Health Intern

Faculty of Medicine

Leading healthcare providers use Tactio’s “Empowered Patient” mobile health tracking solutions for a wide range of preventive care applications from corporate wellness to executive health and hospitals, expanding patient web portals, home health and remote chronic disease management using the mHealth and BYOD model for Obesity, Hypertension, Diabetes, Atherosclerosis, COPD, CHF, and Pregnancy.

Do you like the passionate feel of working in a startup? Interested in using technology to make the world better by being part of the coming change in healthcare: from curing to preventing?

We are looking for:

Med students with an interest for public health, mobile health, preventive care, remote patient monitoring, digital patient coaching and education, etc. This program is centered on the medical content and compliance of our roadmap. The working environment is in a multidisciplinary team of health professionals, systems engineers and software developers.

This PAID internship is composed of the following duties:

• Augment the content under the Engage feature, particularly for the following diseases/condition: Obesity, Diabetes, Hypertension, Atherosclerosis, COPD, CHF, and Pregnancy.

• Support the medical team to find validated sources/content to add into the RPM System.

• Active participate under the clinical discussions within the medical team.

• Create new specs and content required to improve the TactioRPM System.

Do you see yourself as part of the Tactio team? Do you have a passion for getting the details just right? Do you want to make a difference for millions of people's lives worldwide? Do you take personal responsibility in your work and take pride in excellence? If this sounds like you then apply to join Tactio!

CFMS Communiqué (March 7th, 2017)


In This Communiqué...

1) CFMS SGM 2017 - Registration NOW OPEN (Deadline: April 5, 2017)
2) CFMS SGM 2017 - Call for Resolutions
3) CFMS SGM 2017 - Call for Nominations (Deadline: April 28, 2017)
4) Get Involved with the CFMS - Call for Nominations (Deadline: March 21, 2017)
5) Medical Education Update: New Student-Run Clinic Toolkit
6) Joule Innovation Grants - Call for Submissions (Deadline: May 1, 2017)
7) CMA Medical Student Internship - Call for Applicants (Deadline early March, 2017)
8) UBC Medical Journal - Call for Submissions (Deadline: March 11, 2017)
9) University of Toronto Medical Journal - Call for Submissions (Deadline: April 1, 2017)

To read this edition of the Communiqué and subscribe to more, visit
To create an account, go to and enter the CFMS Authentication code “CFMSwebsite14”.

McGill24 - Show your support by signing up on Thunderclap

McGill University

McGill24, happening this year on March 15th, is no ordinary day of fundraising: it’s a proud McGill movement. Sign up for the McGill24 Thunderclap, a tool that releases a pre‐populated Tweet or Facebook post featuring #McGill24 and #McGillProud
For more info on McGill 24, visit

Funding opportunity: Student Sponsorship Program (Deadline: March 18th)

McGill University

To support students in the development of special projects of a cultural, athletic or educational nature, the McGill Alumni Association (MAA) and University Advancement (UA) provide financial support in the form of sponsorships. Ranging from $250 to $750, the objective of the Student Sponsorship Program is to support student groups for projects that do not otherwise receive University funding and that promote outside-the-classroom student experiences and/or student-alumni engagement opportunities.

For more info on how to apply, click here.

The Power of Indigenous Arts: Resistance and Revitalization

McGill University

This one-day academic conference was conceived of and organized by Indigenous students at McGill University. The objective in this undertaking is to present content contributed entirely by self-identified Indigenous students, scholars, as well as community and organization leaders. We perceive this conference as a form of resurgence and reclamation, and we are excited to bring this form of academic and cultural assertion to McGill.

Through this endeavour, we aim to create a platform within the academy for Indigenous research and perspectives. The conference will be speaking to the themes of Indigenous arts, revitalization, and resistance. Through various panel sessions and presentations participants will explore the arts as a powerful tool for Indigenous voices, as well as the importance of Indigenous representation in the arts.

This conference has been made possible by support from the First Peoples’ House, MISC, Indigenous Studies, SSMU, and Cousins, an Indigenous Peer Mentorship Program. This conference is also in partnership with the Indigenous Student Alliance (ISA). We hope that this conference will contribute to increased empowerment and representation of Indigenous students at McGill and beyond. We are excited to share with you the work of participating scholars and leaders. Thank you for your interest, we hope to see you there!

Event Facebook page:

Tilt account to purchase tickets:

** tickets can also be purchased day at the door at registration!

Come out to McGill's Year-End Art Show!

McGill University

Want to see the amazing talent of McGill artists? Come out to the Annual Year-End Art Show on Thursday, March 23rd, from 8PM-12AM in the SSMU ballroom! This is a great opportunity for everyone to enjoy student artwork as well as for artists to showcase their work to the McGill community. There is no cost for admission and free food and refreshments will be provided. We will be raffling off many prizes (such as fantastic art supplies) and all proceeds from the raffles will go to the Canadian Mental Health Association.

If you are an artist and would like to submit your artwork to be displayed, you can do so by cliking here. Artists have the option of selling their work but are not obligated to do so. There is no specific theme and artworks of all types are welcome! The deadline for sign-up is Sunday, March 12. For questions, please email

McGill Student Association for Collaborative Mental Healthcare Conference

McGill University

The McGill Student Association for Collaborative Mental Healthcare presents a free conference! Join us March 25th at 9:30 am at Thomson House. Presenters include: Dr. Srividya Iyer, Janique Johnson Lafleur, Dr Annie Jaimes and Lynne McVey. Topics will range from interorganizational and transcultural discussion seminars, patient centred advocacy and addressing sex in a clinical setting. View the Facebook event below for more details!

Date: March 25th, 9:30am-4:00pm at Thomson House

Facebook event:

Please use this link to register! Free lunch is included.
To registration, click here.

Gabrielle O'Hara,

Tutor Recruitment

McGill University

McGill Tutoring Service is collaborating with The WELL Office at the McGill Faculty of Medicine to recruit tutors for the following courses in the MD CM program:

FMD 1 & 2
INDS111 - Molecules to Global Health
INDS112 - Respiration
INDS113 - Circulation
INDS114 - Digestion and Metabolism
INDS115 - Renal
INDS116 - Defenses
INDS117 - Infection
INDS118 - Movement
INDS211 - Reproduction and Sexuality
INDS212 - Human Behaviour

ANAE 301 – TCP Anesthesia
FMED 301 – TCP Family Medicine
MED 301 – TCP Internal Medicine
NEUR 301 – TCP Neurology
OPTH 300 – TCP Ophthalmology
PAED 301 – TCP Pediatrics
RADD 301 – TCP Radiology
SURG 301 – TCP Surgery
INDS 323 – TCP Integrated Assessment

FMED 405 – Family Medicine Clerkship
PSYT 401 – Psychiatry Clerkship
OBGY 401 – Obstetrics and Gynecology Clerkship
PAED 401 – Pediatrics Clerkship
IMED 401 – Internal Medicine Clerkship
SURG 402 – Surgery Clerkship
IMED 407 – Geriatric Medicine Clerkship
INDS 408 – Emergency Medicine Clerkship
INDS 426 – Basic Science, Medicine and Society
INDS 427 – Public Health and Preventative Medicine Clerkship
INDS 423 – Clerkship Integrated Assessment 1
INDS 424 – Clerkship Integrated Assessment 2

- We encourage candidates to register for all courses for which they are apt to tutor. 
- Courses available include FMD, TCP and Clerkship courses.
- Graduate students, medical residents, Med 3/Med 4 are encouraged to apply.

Please contact the Tutorial Assistant at the following address for further information:

$$$ Funding Opportunities through the Institute for Health and Social Policy $$$

Other (Medical)

The Institute for Health and Social Policy is now recruiting for all five of its student programs beginning Fall 2017 – offering funding for both undergraduate and graduate students for training in research on health, equity and policy. Two of our programs also include a travel component.

Common Threads Through the Commonwealth. $6000 award. Deadline: April 21. To apply, click here.
Internship Program. $2000 award. Deadline: April 16. To apply, click here.
Graduate Award Program. $4000 award. Deadline: May 7. To apply, click here.
McBurney Latin America Fellowship. $3500-$4500 award. Deadline: April 9. To apply, click here. (note: for travel beginning May 2017)
Language and Health Care Program. $4000-$5000 award. Deadline: April 9. To apply, click here.

You can find full information for each program here:


Congrès Nordique 2017 Montreal April 1st and 2nd

Other (Medical)

Vous êtes invité(e)s au Congrès nordique 2017 – La prévention à l’aurore de la santé boréale, qui se tiendra les 1er et 2 avril 2017 à l’Hôtel Westin de Montréal. Ne manquez pas cette occasion unique d’échanger avec des collègues du Nord, tout en profitant des festivités du 375ième anniversaire de Montréal!

QMA Student Committee Special Projects Fund

Other (Medical)

This new Quebec Medical Association (QMA) Student Committee fund aims to promote student projects geared towards improving the health system or the well-being of the community.

The application must be completed by filling out the application form before the deadline. Projects can request up to $1000 within the context of this bursary.

To be eligible to apply, the organizing members of these initiatives must be members of the QMA.

For an application form or for other questions, please contact Alex Elhalwi on facebook or write to us at

Good luck!
QMA Student Committee

Participants Needed for Global Health Research Study

Other (Medical)

If you were one of the participants of the summer program with visiting Haitian students from the years 2013 - 2016, I am hoping to meet with you to discuss the experience. Interviews will take no longer than 45-60 minutes. If you volunteer to participate, we will arrange a mutually agreeable time to discuss your views. Participation is entirely voluntary and you will have the opportunity to withdraw from the study at any time if you so choose.

Participants will be compensated a gift card as a token of appreciation .

If you are interested in participating in this study, please send an email directly to myself at Your participation will be kept strictly confidential and all of your responses will be kept anonymous.

Revised Charter of Students' Rights: Share your Feedback!

Other (Non Medical)

The McGill Charter of Students' Rights is currently undergoing revisions, and we want your feedback!

This document outlines your protections as a student at McGill, and is the basis of many other policies and grievance procedures. Over the past six months, a Senate committee has worked to revise and modernize the Charter. You can now review the proposed changes and provide feedback until Friday, March 17th at the following link.

Any questions about this process or the Charter itself can be directed to

Indigeneity and Solidarity Week

Other (Non Medical)

We are hosting several events on Indigenous affairs on March 13 to the 18th, such as Haudenosaunee sovereignty and resistance to colonization; Mosquito advocacy featuring Dr. Cindy Blackstock, a workshop on how small groups can create big changes in society; a film screening celebrating Inuit self-representation through media featuring IsumaTV; a workshop and lecture featuring Black/Anishinaabe scholar Kyle T. Mays who will discuss the significance of solidarity between Indigenous and Black people in the Americas. The week will conclude with a conference on the significance of Indigenous art as a form of revitalization and resistance.

More info on events can be found here:


Beautiful, newly renovated 3 1/2 in Golden Square Mile!

Beautiful, newly renovated 3 1/2 with exceptional location: 5 minute walk to Montreal General Hospital, Mount-Royal (accessible from Dr. Penfield), Guy-Concordia metro station (Green Line), restaurants, bars and shopping. Ideal for medical students / residents; McIntyre Medical Building is 6 minutes by foot. In addition to the MGH, other major hospitals including the Jewish General, St. Mary’s and the Glen Site are easily accessible by public transport within 15-25 minutes. 

-Spacious bedroom with lots of closet space
-Newly renovated kitchen (stainless steal appliances with dishwasher)
-Newly renovated bathroom (walk-in rain shower)
-Balcony (overlooking Mount Royal)
-Air conditioning
-Fully furnished
-Laundry machines on the floor 

Please contact for more information / pictures. 
Asking $1585/month. Minimum 1 year lease, start date flexible between May 1st and July 1st. 

4 ½ Condo in CDN

Luxury at its best in the geographic centre of Montreal! Live in this beautiful, modern, sound-proofed immaculate 41/2 condo and be surrounded by astounding parks, sites, arts and culture and all the urban amenities of Montreal. This semi-furnished, well-constructed secure condo is located within a 10-30 minute walk or bus ride to most university campuses as well as the McGill and University of Montreal's teaching hospitals. It could be an ideal location for a couple or two roommates requiring full privacy as it comes with two bedrooms and two full bathrooms.  Please call or email me to set up a visit.

Address: 4500 Cotes-des-Neiges Road, Montreal H3V 0A1
Phone: 514-627-0982
Minimum lease duration: one year 

Credit and background check and some other conditions apply. 

Plus de details en français:

More details in English:

Montreal-Furnished-Atwater/St Catherine ST- S Sur Le Square -New Condo-Central location for MUHC hospitals

Two Fabulous units on 11th floor, sunny panoramic view overlooking city.  furnished or unfurnished 2 bedrooms central to all MUHC hospitals. BRAND NEW never lived in. Pool, Gym. steps to Atwater Metro. 
S Sur Le Square 
Listing ID #0012218

For the link, click here.

Montreal, Westmount close to MUHC

2 CLOSED BEDROOMS (1 ENSUITE), 9′ celling – Corner unit, big living room with large windows, ensuite master bedroom, freshly painted,

Few steps from Westmount Square, Alexis Nihon Plaza, groceries, and Atwater Metro Station.

Located 2km from the MUHC Glen Campus and 2km from Montreal General Hospital
Includes all appliances, including Washer/Dryer and dishwasher

I rent it for $1425 but am offering it at $1200 as a sublet until June 30, 2017. You can also make a new lease with the owner.

Parking available for extra cost



MedHousing - Looking for elective, residency or fellowship accommodation?

50+ listings in Montreal. is a platform decimated to the academic medical trainee.
Listings suitable for residencies and electives across Canada . 

For RENT: Beautiful 2-BR Apt with a spectacular view of downtown

Location: Downtown (Golden Square Mile) at 1390 av. des Pins Ouest 

Modern apartment with large windows in every room, two full bathrooms, spacious bedrooms, functional kitchen with ++ storage space, large open concept living/dining room with balcony & lots of natural light. Only 7 units in the building (1 unit per level). 

Just minutes from the city's business center and Mount Royal Parc as your backyard where there are trails for walking, running, skiing, and other outdoor activities year round. Steps away from the Montreal General Hospital, McGill University, Concordia University, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and much more. . . 

Close to Guy Concordia metro & Peel metro as well as on the 144 Bus route. 

Furniture not included (inquire about furnished apartment).

Includes: heating, hot water, dishwasher, oven, microwave, refrigerator 

Building amenities: elevator, shared laundry 

Not included: hydro (electricity)

Parking & large storage unit included!

Availability: July 2017

Name: Arielle Nowell

Phone number: 514-709-6620
Contact email:

Brought to you by:







Image and video hosting by TinyPic



Med-Dent Student GatewayMSS Facebook Page | Contact Us

Copyright © 2015 Medical Students' Society of McGill University
All rights reserved.