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M. Newton (RMN)

Margaret Newton (RMN) is a residence building in the Craigdarroch neighborhood. It houses single and double rooms.



Margaret Newton (1887-1971) was a leading plant pathologist. Her research on crop rust played a key role in the development of disease-resistant wheat. She was awarded the prestigious Flavelle Medal by the Royal Society of Canada in 1948.

RMN was built in 1967.

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