After studying biochemistry at the University of Ottawa, Victoire came to McGill to study medicine. 

She is now a family medicine resident at Queen’s University, while also completing a master’s in public 

health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. 


What is your best memory of McGill? 

The development of the Black Candidate Pathway in McGill’s Faculty of Medicine. This has greatly enriched the medical school’s classrooms and will benefit Quebec patients for generations to come.


What words of advice do you offer the graduating class? 

At the end of the day, it’s less about what you’ve been able to accomplish, but more about how you made people feel and the impact on their lives.


Complete this sentence: As a McGill graduate… 

I feel equipped to take on any challenge thrown my way, knowing that I have a global community of supportive McGill alumni by my side.


This Q&A originally appeared in the Health Sciences A program for Spring Convocation 2024