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Queen's in the News Archive

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2007-01-04 08:47:54

Ross Finnie (Policy Studies) comments in the Globe and Mail about the effectiveness of various incentives that are meant to entice students to attend post-secondary education.
Nick Bala (Law) discusses an Ontario court ruling where a child can legally have two mothers and a father on CBC-Radio in Halifax, Toronto, Ottawa, Edmonton, and Quebec City.

2007-01-02 12:20:05

Timothy Smith’s (History) opinion piece about S

2006-12-19 09:43:55

Bruce Pardy’s (Law) opinion piece about senate reform appears in the Toronto Star.
Samantha King (Kinesiology and Health Studies) continues to receive coverage about the corporatization of breast cancer fundraising, most recently in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Lois Shepherd (Medicine) discusses new findings about breast cancer chemotherapy treatments from a study coordinated through Queen’s Clinical Trials Group on CBC Newsworld.

2006-12-18 10:11:08

Steven Salterio (Business) comments about his research that suggests Canadian companies have weaker financial controls than similar-sized U.S. companies in the Globe and Mail, National Post, and Toronto Star.
Samantha King (Kinesiology and Health Studies) continues to receive coverage on her research about the corporatization of breast cancer fundraising, most recently in the National Post.
 

2006-12-15 08:41:52

Marc Griffin (Film Studies) comments about the film, 'Apocalypto', as part of the ‘Popcorn Panel’ in the National Post.
Allison Johnson (Business) comments about the effectiveness of advertising signage in the Kingston Whig- Standard.

2006-12-12 11:45:20

John Smol (Environmental Studies) continues to comment about the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, most recently in a Canadian Press story that appears in the Edmonton Journal and Hamilton Spectator. He also appears on CBC-TV Newsworld.

2006-12-11 14:15:04

Hans Westenberg (Medicine) comments about mandatory retirement in the Globe and Mail.
John Smol (Environmental Studies) comments about a letter that urges Ottawa to strengthen the Canadian Environmental Protection Act in the Globe and Mail.

2006-12-08 10:13:01

Ken Wong - Cineplex...
Lawrence Ashworth - shopping choices...
 

2006-12-07 08:45:51

Jason Laker - post-secondary education...
Bill James - religious buildings...

2006-12-05 14:14:11

Don Stuart - defence lawyers...
Nick Bala - youth justice system...

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