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Queen's in the News: 08-June-2005 11:53:31 AM

Art Cockfield’s (Law) book NAFTA Tax Law and Policy is highlighted in the Globe and Mail.

Kevin Hall (Civil Engineering) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about water quality issues in Gatineau, Quebec.

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) comments in the Canadian Press about how Harper handled communications around the Grewal affair. The story is also covered in the London Free Press and Regina Leader-Post.

Marc Busch (Business) appears on ROBTV discussing a new trade war between the U.S. and European Union.

Wendy Craig (Psychology) is interviewed about bullying in a TVO documentary called It's a Girl's World.

Lorne Carmichael (Economics) is interviewed on CBC Radio Ontario Morning about the province's new legislation to ban mandatory retirement.

David Skillicorn’s (Computing) innovative software that de-codes language patterns and usage in email correspondence continues to receive coverage, most recently on CBC-Radio's World Report and as the lead story on itbusiness.ca

Sanjay Sharma (Opthalmology) is interviewed on CBC-Radio's Ontario Morning about his new web site for patients suffering from macular degeneration.

Nick Bala (Law) comments on CBC-Radio's Ontario Morning about new statistics showing a dramatic increase in the number of children taken into care by the Children's Aid Society.

Philip Burge’s (Psychiatry) Crown wards study initially highlighted on CBC-Radio continues to receive coverage, most recently in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

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