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Queen's in the News: 2006-04-03

Nick Bala (Law) discusses the Youth Criminal Justice Act in the Globe and Mail.
Brian Grainger (Business) comments on the Federal Accountability Act in the Ottawa Citizen and Vancouver Province.
Wendy Craig (Psychology) discusses her bullying research and plan to create a national strategy to address bullying and promote healthy relationships among children in the Kingston Whig-Standard and on CBC Radio’s Ontario Morning.
Jamie Swift (Business) co-authors an opinion piece in the Kingston Whig-Standard about Kingston’s social and economic development challenges.
PhD student Jennifer Kuk (Physical and Health Education) discusses her research that ties waist size to length of life in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Margaret Little’s (Political Studies) course called The Canadian Welfare State is profiled in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Gary VanLoon (Chemistry) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about ozone and other air pollutants.
Art McDonald (Physics) discusses the future of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) in the Sudbury Star.
Tim Smith (History) appears on TVO’s Diplomatic Immunity discussing a  controversial youth employment law in France.
Bob Montgomerie (Biology) discusses his research that shows robins listen to the sound of earth moving when searching for worms on the National Public Radio's "Living on Earth" program.

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