uMontréal to open public health campus downtown

December 19, 2011

Montreal's defunct Voyageur bus station will become the city's new public health axis, which will house the Université de Montréal's new school of public health. The new facility will bring all of uMontréal's medical facilities into one place. The university's public health department is currently a "virtual" school with students spread over 6 locations. When the Norman-Bethune Public Health Campus is completed, 225 professors and researchers and more than 600 students will work and study there. uMontréal News (in French) | Montreal Gazette | CBC