On April 26th to April 28th, a number of McGill students and faculty presented at the 12th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition (GASLA 12). Mordecai Lieberman presented a talk titled “The impact of transferred prosodic structures on L2 morphological comprehension”. Guilherme Garcia presented a poster “Stress patterns in English and Brazilian Portuguese: Proposing an accuracy ranking based on weight and syllabic structure”. Jeffrey Klassen presented a poster called “Acquisition of English focus prosody: Evidence from native speakers of Spanish”. And Lydia White presented a talk as part of a special workshop on applying generative SLA to the language classroom. The talk was called “Implications of generative second language research for language teaching: overview and assessment”. Congratulations all!