In November, 2014 McGill released the Conflict of Interest statements for its current Board of Governors.
This file documents the cost associated with stocking the principal’s refridgerator:
In December 2012, McGill began voluntarily releasing their investments online (all in PDF form), without requiring an ATI.
Here is a snapshot of McGill University’s investments in June 2013:
The following also list McGill’s holdings in Exchange-traded Funds (ETFs) in these geographical areas, in addition to the separate equities:
Overdue Military Access to Information Requests
Students concerned about destructive military research on campus filed ATI requests, seeking details of the University’s partnerships with defense contractors and military research agencies. The Administration imposed delays on the requests beyond what is permitted under Quebec law, and has now failed to respect their own deadlines. McGill University is illegally concealing information on military research conducted on campus.
More CAMSR Archives
1970s, 1980s, 1990s
To be honest, I do not know what is in this that is different from the rest, but enjoy!
1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s
From the McGill Archives, most of this information is contained in other documents on this site, and the others are much more manageable–these are not truly in order, which is how they came.
Reports of the CAMSR
1980, 1990s, 2000s
Non-confidential reports of the Committee to Advise on Matters of Social Responsibility. The Working Group on the Social Implications of Investment Policy and various other working groups are prior incarnations of the CAMSR.
Minutes of the CAMSR
1980s, 1990s, 2000s
Minutes from meetings of the CAMSR. Most CAMSR meetings were confidential and are unavailable under Access to Information requests.