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Queen's in the News Archive

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2007-02-07 09:26:02

Bryne Purchase’s (Policy Studies) opinion piece about politicizing energy policy is published at globeandmail.com.
Douglas Reid (Business) comments about the ‘war for talent’ in Canadian Business magazine.
 

2007-02-05 11:13:52

Emeritus professor Alan Green’s (Economics) expertise in the economics of immigration is highlighted in the National Post.
Ken Wong (Business) continues to comment about the branding of Orville Redenbacher popcorn, most recently in the National Post.

2007-02-02 09:39:18

Nick Bala (Law) discusses a memo that hints at possible changes to the youth justice act on CTV Newsnet, Canada AM, and on ctv.ca.
Graeme Smith (Obstetrics and Gynecology) continues to receive coverage for his research that suggests giving nitroglycerin to women in premature labour leads to benefits for babies, most recently on CTV Newsnet, CKWS-TV, and in U.S. News & World Report, and United Press International.
 

2007-01-31 15:48:14

Ken Wong (Business) comments about the branding of Orville Redenbacher popcorn in the National Post. 
Graeme Smith (Obstetrics and Gynecology) receives coverage for his research that suggests giving nitroglycerin to women in premature labour leads to benefits for babies in the Ottawa Sun, on CBC-Radio’s Ontario Today, and cbc.ca.

2007-01-30 08:51:17

Ken Wong (Business) comments about advertisement spots during the Super Bowl in the National Post.
Melanie Bedore’s (Geography) research about north end Kingston's 'food desert' is highlighted in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

2007-01-29 11:18:05

Doug Bland’s (Policy Studies) comments about General Rick Hillier’s success as chief of defence staff are highlighted in a CanWest News Service article that appears in the National Post, Ottawa Citizen, Edmonton Journal and Vancouver Sun.
Tom Axworthy’s (Policy Studies) opinion piece about the initiatives of the Conservative government to become more ‘green’ appears in the Toronto Star.

2007-01-25 09:38:25

Ken Wong (Business) comments about the marketing of Canada’s New Government in the National Post.
Erik Knutsen (Law) comments about why the immunity principle exists on cbc.ca.

2007-01-24 12:21:29

Doug Bland’s (Policy Studies) opinion piece about the Liberal party’s stand on defence procurement appears in the National Post.
Chris Tabor (Campus Bookstore) comments about e-textbooks in a CanWest News Service story that appears in the National Post, Edmonton Journal, Vancouver Sun, and Halifax Daily News.

2007-01-23 09:01:44

Beverley Baines’ (Law) opinion piece about Bill 140, Ontario’s proposed Long-Term Care Homes Act appears in the Toronto Star.
Professor emeritus F.R.C. Clarke’s (Music) contribution to the Canadian Music Centre’s Professional Reading Series is discussed in the Ottawa Citizen.

2007-01-22 12:23:21

Ross Finnie’s (Policy Studies) research about relative earnings growth among men who worked abroad and have since returned, compared with those who have stayed in Canada, is featured in the Globe and Mail.
John Pliniussen (Business) continues to comment about the increase of baby boomers on the internet, most recently in the Ottawa Sun, Toronto Sun and, Edmonton Sun.

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