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Queen's in the News: May 9, 2014

David Lyon (Surveillance Studies Centre) – Why surveillance is proliferating even if there is no conspiracy, on CTV News Channel and published in the Ottawa Citizen, the Whitehorse Daily Star and a number of other Canadian newspapers.

Warren Mabee (School of Policy Studies, Geography) – Atlantic Canada is the next major pipeline battleground, in the National Post.

Nicholas Bala (Law) – The youth criminal justice act works, in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix and the Regina Leader Post.

Ian Janssen (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) – Sedentary lifestyle trumps smoking for heart disease risks in some, on cbc.ca.

Lindsay Morcom (Education) – Why Bill C33 the First Nations Education Act won’t work, on Aboriginal Peoples Television Network.

Sharryn Aiken (Law) – How is the temporary foreign workers program is impacting the Canadian labour market and the broader economy, in Now Magazine.

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