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Queen's in the News Archive

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2007-07-27 09:25:09

Ian Janssen (Kinesiology and Health Studies) continues to comment about a stdy that suggests whether those closest to you are obese or slim can influence your body shape, most recently on CBC-Radio Syndication in Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, Winnipeg, Victoria and Edmonton.
Tom Courchene (Policy Studies) comments about current tax proposals in Toronto in The Economist.

2007-07-26 09:40:57

Ian Janssen (Kinesiology and Health Studies) comments about a study that suggests whether those closest to you are obese or slim can influence your own body shape in a Canadian Press story picked up by the Hamilton Spectator, Sudbury Star, and Kingston Whig-Standard, and on Global-TV’s National News.

2007-07-25 09:08:26

Bruce Pardy’s (Law) opinion piece about greenhouse gases and climate change is published in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Heather Evans (English) continues to comment about the popularity of the Harry Potter books, most recently in the Windsor Star.

2007-07-23 10:45:52

David Detomasi’s (Business) opinion piece about trade between China and Canada is published in the Toronto Star.
Lois Shepherd (Medicine) comments in the Toronto Star about blood-type compatibility. 

2007-07-20 09:44:38

Paul Paton’s (Law) opinion piece about corporate counsel and the Conrad Black trial is published in the Globe and Mail.
Heather Evans  (English) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about the economic and literary power of the Harry Potter books. 

2007-07-18 10:28:44

Paul Paton (Law) comments about Conrad Black’s appeal and the related Ontario Securities Commission hearing on the Business News Network.
Scott Carson (Business) continues to comment about the verdict of the Conrad Black trial, most recently on CBC Syndicate broadcast in Ottawa, Sudbury, Winnipeg, Edmonton, and Whitehorse. He is also a panelist on a CBC-Radio Special Report on the impact of the Black verdict.
 

2007-07-17 11:03:05

Robert Ross (Kinesiology & Health Studies) comments on weight and waist reduction in the Montreal Gazette.
Philip Jessop (Chemistry) discusses climate change and greenhouse gases in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

2007-07-16 10:30:23

Paul Paton (Law) comments in the Globe and Mail and on the Business News Network about the Conrad Black verdict.
Ken Wong (Business) comments in the National Post about the marketing activities surrounding the launch of the final Harry Potter book.  He also comments about the acquisition of Alcan Inc. by the Rio Tinto Group in a CanWest News article that appears in the Vancouver Sun and Windsor Star.

2007-07-13 09:49:32

Nick Bala (Law) comments about the evolving definition of family in Canada in a CP story picked up by the Toronto Star, Calgary Sun and Niagara Falls Review.
Paul Paton (Law) is interviewed on the Business News Network about jury deadlock involved with the Conrad Black trial.

2007-07-12 09:23:18

Nick Bala (Law) continues to comment about the case of a 13-year-old girl convicted of killing her parents and younger brother, most recently in the Winnipeg Free Press and Prince George Citizen.
Rob Beamish (Sociology) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about the similarities between a family and a recreational hockey league.

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