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Queen's in the News Archive

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2005-05-05 09:55:23

Emeritus professor Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments in a Canadian Press story about Immigration Minister Joe Volpe's recent comments in the House of Commons. The story is covered in the London Free Press, Standard-Freeholder (Cornwall), Standard (St. Catharines - Niagara) , Kingston Whig-Standard, The Gazette (Montreal) and The Guardian (Charlottetown). He also continues to comment about Stephen Harper's plan to bring down the Martin government, most recently in the Hamilton Spectator.

Tom Courchene (Policy Studies) continues to comment about recent allegations by Premier McGuinty that Ontario gets a raw deal from the federal government, most recently in the Ottawa Citizen.

Professor emeritus Gerry Wyatt (Biology) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about swarms of midges, more abundant this year due to ideal breeding conditions.

2005-05-04 12:18:04

Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments in the Globe and Mail about Stephen Harper’s intention to defeat the current government as soon as possible.

An opinion piece co-authored by emeritus professor Colin Leys (Political Studies) about the privatization of health care appears in the Globe and Mail on-line edition.

Tom Courchene (Policy Studies) comments in the Toronto Star about recent allegations by Premier McGuinty that Ontario gets a raw deal from the federal government.

Ian Janssen's (Physical Health and Education) recent obesity study continues to receive coverage, most recently in the Toronto Star.

Ian Gilron’s (Pharmacology and Toxicology) latest research in treating neuropathic pain continues to receive coverage, most recently on the front page of Medical Post.

Laurent Seroude's (Biology) research into the effects of early exposure to bacteria is highlighted in the Medical Post.

2005-05-02 10:24:37

Sarita Verma (Family Medicine) is interviewed on CBC Radio The House about qualifying international doctors.

Amy Leach (Psychology) discusses her findings from a recent study on children and lying on CBC Radio Ontario Morning.

2005-04-29 11:18:49

Art Cockfield’s (Law) opinion piece about the Liberal government’s agreement to scrap corporate tax cuts appears in the Globe and Mail online.

Amy Leach’s (Psychology) findings from a recent study on children and lying is highlighted on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard.

Stewart Fyfe (Political Studies) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about Kingston City Council’s decision to decide a new name for Market Square in a closed meeting.

2005-04-28 16:33:18

Douglas Reid (Business) comments in The Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal, and StarPhoenix (Saskatoon) about WestJet’s second quarterly revenue loss.

Ron Watts (Policy Studies) comments in Maclean’s magazine about Quebec sovereignty.

Fr. Raymond de Souza’s (Newman House)commentary about the papal conclave appears in Maclean’s magazine.

Ian Gilron’s (Pharmacology and Toxicology) latest research in treating neuropathic pain is highlighted on the front page of the Medical Post.

Kristan Aronson’s (Cancer Care and Epidemiology) breast cancer research is highlighted in the Kingston Whig-Standard and on CBC Radio Ontario Morning.

2005-04-26 12:41:05

Ian Janssen (Physical and Health Education) continues to receive coverage for his research that found Canadian youth rank 4th highest in the world for obesity, most recently in the Hamilton Spectator.

An opinion piece by Robert Pike (Sociology) about an income-contingent repayment plan for student loans appears in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

2005-04-25 09:58:27

David Gordon (Urban & Regional Planning) comments in part 1 of a 5 part National Post special about suburbs.

Dick Zoutman discusses in the National Post the spread of infections in hospitals.

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about Peter Milliken running in the next election. He is also interviewed on CBC Radio news about Paul Martin’s address to the nation.

Kristan Aronson (Cancer Care & Epidemiology) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about local funding for cancer research.

Dale Kristensen (Biology) discusses local wolf sightings in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

Vince Mosco (Sociology) comments in the Knight-Ridder Tribune about trends in out sourcing high-tech jobs.

Ian Janssen (Physical and Health Education) continues to receive coverage for his research that found Canadian youth rank 4th highest in the world for obesity, most recently on CBC-TV The National, CKWS-TV, CBC Radio Ontario Morning and CBC News (Winnipeg), 570 News Radio (Kitchener) and CHUM Radio.

2005-04-21 09:51:54

Research led by Ian Janssen (Physical and Health Education) that found Canadian youth rank 4th highest in the world for obesity is highlighted in the Globe and Mail. The story is also covered in the National Post, Leader-Post (Regina), Edmonton Journal, Calgary Herald, Calgary Sun, Gazette (Montreal), Kingston Whig-Standard, The Standard (St. Catharines - Niagara), Toronto Sun, Ottawa Sun, London Free Press, FLY-FM Radio.

Carol Beatty (Business) discusses in the Globe and Mail employee decisions to stay at a company following a merger.

Ruth Rees (Education) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about a current rift between English and French speaking elementary education at a local school.

2005-04-20 09:36:17

Bita Amani (Law) discusses trade-mark related matters in the Globe and Mail.

Emeritus professor Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments in a Canadian Press story about timing for a federal election. The story is covered in the Globe and Mail, Western Star (Corner Brook) and Standard-Freeholder (Cornwall).

Father Raymond de Souza (Newman House) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard and on Global-TV about Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger's election as Pope Benedict XVI.

Father Ed Onrako (Religious Studies) comments on CKWS-TV about Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger's election as Pope Benedict XVI.

2005-04-19 08:43:27

Walter Rosser (Family Medicine) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about new “health-care teams”.

Don Stuart (Law ) continues to comment about a court order to restrict Karla Holmolka’s movements when she is released from prison, most recently on CBC Radio’s Ontario Morning.

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