McGill open, despite flood damage
UPDATE at 6:43am
McGill University officials were kept busy overnight working on rescheduling classes in buildings that sustained water damage from the flood last night.
This morning the university is reporting that classes are cancelled in Wilson Hall and the Birks Building.
The University is open today.
Staff at the Wong Engineering Building, the Service Point and Welcome Centre, the James Building Annex and on the 2nd floor of the James Administration Building are being told to work from home.
Classes scheduled for the Wong building have been moved, and all students and professors should have been notified by e-mail by now.
More information is available on the McGill webpage.