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Queen's in the News: 2006-04-12

Ned Franks (Political Studies, Emeritus) comments in the Toronto and Ottawa Sun newspapers on the new accountability bill.Cathy Vakil (Family Medicine) has a letter in the Edmonton Journal commenting on a report about a recently released pesticide study in which she was involved.Don Stuart (Law) talks to CBC’s The Current about the pitfalls of anti-gang legislation.Stephen Arnold (Business, Emeritus) comments on how Canadian grocers are faring against American-based general merchandisers expanding into the food business.Tom Axworthy (Policy Studies) appears on CTV News to discuss a recent book about Pierre Trudeau.A new PARTEQ Innovations program ,which will develop local high-tech ideas, is featured in the Kingston Whig-Standard.Kevin Hall (Civil Engineering) discusses Queen’s new multi-disciplinary institute for studying population and public health in the Kingston Whig-Standard.Elspeth Murray (Business) explains why the Queen’s Centre for Business Venturing ranked SportsDirect as the best small company to work for in Canada.

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