Queen's in the News Archive
John Smol (Biology) is mentioned in the Ottawa Citizen as one of 80 experts who petitioned Steven Harper to act on global warming. The story receives extensive coverage including in the Vancouver Sun, St. Catharines Standard and Kingston Whig-Standard.
Richard Ascough (Religious Studies) comments on the The Da Vinci Code in the National Post, Vancouver Province, Calgary Herald and the Kingston-Whig Standard; on the Jesus Papers in the Globe and Mail and the Ottawa Citizen; and on a CanWest faith survey in the National Post, Ottawa Citizen, The Kingston Whig-Standard, The Calgary Herald and The Windsor Star.Brian Yelland (Chaplain) comments on young offenders and forgiveness in the Ottawa Citizen, Edmonton Journal and The Vancouver Sun.An effort by Ron Anderson (Mechanical Engineering) to improve hockey helmet regulations is highlighted in the Kingston-Whig Standard.Alison Blay-Palmer (Geography) comments on a student effort to study local outlets for locally produced foods in the Belleville IntelligencerKathy Brock (Policy Studies) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard on the framing of the Prime Minister by television cameras in parliament.Doug Reid (Business) comments on fuel prices and airline ticket prices in The London Free Press.Jennifer Kuk (Physical Education) comments on a Queen’s study regarding the dangers of abdominal fat in the Toronto Sun.
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.
Douglas Reid (Business) comments in the National Post about Air Italia’s error in web listed airfare to Cyprus and in the first of a four-part special report about Hamilton’s airport in the Hamilton Spectator.
Don Klinger (Education) discusses his study that shows school librarians help students learn in the Toronto Star and Kingston Whig-Standard.
Tom Courchene’s (Policy Studies) expertise in equalization and fiscal accountability is highlighted in the Globe and Mail.
Richard Ascough (Religious Studies) discusses The Jesus Papers by Michael Baigent in the Toronto Sun.
Jay Handelman (Business) comments about how loyalty cards benefit retailers in the Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette, Edmonton Journal and Vancouver Sun.
Nick Bala (Law) discusses the Youth Criminal Justice Act in the Globe and Mail.
Art Cockfield (Law) comments in the Toronto Star about Apple Computer's use of the Apple Corp logo. He also comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard and on CBC Radio's Regional News about the Kingston police switching to digital communications media.