Director resigns from MISC

MONTREAL, March 23, 2017 /CNW Telbec/ - The Board of trustees of the McGill Institute for the study of Canada (MISC) has accepted today the resignation of its Director Andrew Potter, effective immediately.

The mission of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada is to promote a better understanding of Canada through the study of our heritage; to develop a clearer understanding of Canada's social, political and economic future; to identify and explore the benefits that a pluralistic society offers and to support the study of Canada across the country and internationally. 

The Board wishes to recognize Mr. Potter's contribution to the Institute. Among his various achievements, he organized numerous conferences and strengthened the participation of Indigenous leaders and communities.

Mr. Potter will continue in his current position at McGill as an Associate Professor (Professional) in the Faculty of Arts.

MISC will make no further comment or release regarding the resignation of Mr. Potter

SOURCE McGill Institute for the study of Canada

SOURCE McGill University

For further information: Adriana Goreta, McGill Institute for the study of Canada, (514) 398-6441


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