Queen's in the News Archive
Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) continues to comment on the upcoming referendum and proposed Mixed Member Proportional Representation electoral system, most recently in the Globe and Mail and in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
A presentation by Tom Courchene (Economics) on the issue of ‘hourglass federalism’ is highlighted in the Globe and Mail.
An interview with Gerrit Wilde (Psychology) on proposed dangerous and impaired driving legislation appears in the Globe and Mail.
Coverage of Alfred and Isabel Bader’s gift of a second Rembrandt painting to the Agnes Etherington Art Centre appears in the Globe and Mail, the Windsor Star, the Kingston Whig-Standard, Kingston This Week, on CBC Radio-Canada International TV Broadcasting, CKWS television and on CBC French Radio.
Sean Conway (Policy Studies) comments on the upcoming election and the candidates in the Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke riding in the Globe and Mail.
Don Stuart (Law) comments on a potential abuse-of-process motion in the Toronto-area alleged terror plot trial in the National Post
Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) comments on the upcoming referendum and proposed Mixed Member Proportional Representation electoral system in the Ottawa Citizen and the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Bruce Gilley (Political Studies) comments on the upcoming election in China in the Globe and Mail.
Tom Courchene (Economics) discusses the idea of fixing the exchange rate by giving up the Canadian dollar and embracing the U.S. dollar on CBC’s The National.
Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) comments about campaign strategy and televised debates in the Ottawa Sun, Toronto Sun, and London Free Press. He also continues to comment about the Citizens’ Assembly on Electoral Reform and the upcoming provincial election, most recently in the Kingston Whig-Standard.