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Queen's in the News: 2006-01-10

Tom Courchene (Economics) comments in the Globe and Mail about fiscal equalization.
Jonathan Rose (Political Science) comments in the Globe and Mail about Liberal ads attacking Stephen Harper.
Paul Masotti's (Community Health and Epidemiology) research in partnership with four Canadian aboriginal communities to develop culturally sensitive intervention programs aimed at preventing alcohol-related birth defects in children is highlighted in a Canadian Press story that is covered by the Truro Daily News, Montreal Gazette, Sudbury Star, Regina Leader-Post, Saskatoon StarPhoenix, Edmonton Journal and Vancouver Sun.
Janet Hiebert (Political Studies) comments in the Belleville Intelligencer about federal electoral boundary changes in Prince Edward County.
Kathy Brock (Political Studies) provides commentary about the election debate on CBC Radio Syndication across the country.
Art Cockfield (Law) discusses the RCMP's investigation into the Department of Finance's alleged leak concerning income trusts on CKLW Radio, and he is interviewed by Reuters on cross-border transfers of personal information to the United States and privacy implications.

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