Queen's in the News Archive
Tom Axworthy’s (Policy Studies) opinion piece about Canadian governance is published in the National Post.
Ken Wong (Business) continues to comment on future cellphone service offerings today in the Globe and Mail and on CBC.ca.Jay Handelman (Business) comments in the The Sudbury Star on the boycott of the Hershey plan in Smith Falls.Nicholas Bala (Law) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard and a Canadian Press story about the success of the Youth Criminal Justice Act. Don Stuart (Law) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard and other Osprey papers about allowing Louise Reynolds to sue a former pathologist.
Ken Wong (Business) comments in the National Post and in a Canadian Press story on how consumers will respond to new rules that enable them to keep their cell phone numbers when changing service providers.Betsy Donald (Urban Geography) comments in the National Post and other Canwest papers, and on CBC’s Ontario Morning on the implications of the census results.Mark Rosenberg (Geography) is interviewed on CKWS regarding the census.
Andrew Daugulis (Chemical Engineering) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about how ethanol additives in gasoline cause smog.
Brant Peppley (Chemical Engineering) comments about a government investment into fuel cell research in the Kingston Whig-Standard and on CKWS-TV.
Shawna O’Grady (Business) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about team building development for new companies.
Don Stuart’s (Law) comments about the Charter of Rights and Freedoms continue to be highlighted in the Globe and Mail.
Tom Courchene (Policy Studies) comments in the Globe and Mail about what it takes for Canada to be a successful country in the modern world.
Don Stuart (Law) comments in the Globe and Mail and Toronto Star about the integrity of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Rosemary Lysaght (Rehabilitation Therapy) continues to comment about a study that found a high level of public support for including people with intellectual disabilities in the paid workforce, most recently in the Globe and Mail.