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Queen's in the News Archive

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May 26, 2014

Robert Dennis (History) – What caused a 900 year schism between Eastern Orthodox and Western Catholic churches, on CTV News Channel.

John-Kurt Pliniussen (School of Business) – Amazon pushes to package up more profit, in the Globe and Mail.

John Andrew (School of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Business) – Location is key when buying real estate, on Business News Network.

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) – Ottawa axes questions from post-advertising polls, on cbc.ca.

Art Cockfield (Law) – U.S. tax deal jeopardizes Canadians’ privacy, in the Toronto Star.

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Police are considering not responding to private alarm calls, in the Toronto Star and on Newstalk 1010 (Toronto radio).

David Lyon (Surveillance Studies Centre) – Every click and every call can be captured, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.

David Skillicorn (School of Computing) – The days of the password are numbered, in the Waterloo Region Record.

Ian Janssen (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) – Parents over-policing their children’s play is leading to inactivity, on CKNW (Vancouver radio).

Warren Mabee (Geography, School of Policy Studies) – Russia and China strike a new gas deal, how does that affect Canada, on CKNW (Vancouver radio).

May 23, 2014

David Murakami Wood (Surveillance Studies Centre) – Group of researchers call for inquiry into collection of personal data, in the CBC’s The National and the Victoria Times Colonist, News 1130, Hamilton Spectator, Nanaimo Daily News, Prince George Citizen.

Ian Janssen (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) – We’re over-policing children’s time outside making them inactive, in the Toronto Star.

David Skillicorn (School of Computing) – Recent high-profile breaches show companies are behind when it comes to online safety, in the Toronto Star.

Nathalie Ouellette (PhD candidate Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy) – Astronomers are preparing for the meteor shower Camelopardalids which should appear Friday and Saturday night, on Corus Radio (Calgary).

May 22, 2014

David Skillicorn (School of Computing) – EBay suffered a security breach and personal data was lost, on Global National and in the National Post and the Ottawa Citizen.

John Adams (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – A counterespionage campaign has been set in motion by the Communications Security Establishment Canada, on the Arlene Bynon Show on Sirius XM.

Louis Delvoie (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – The situation in Ukraine is complex, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard and Owen Sound Times.

May 21, 2014

Monica LaBarge (School of Business) – Air Canada prepares to launch its new DreamLiner aircraft, on Global National.

Adam Molnar (Surveillance Studies Centre) – Canada was at the top of the target list for BlackShades software program, on CTV News Channel.

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – What should the target benchmarks be for under-represented groups in the Canadian Armed Forces.

Krystle Maki (Sociology) – If you don’t care about surveillance you’re probably white and middle class, in the Huffington Post.

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) – Voters can expect a flood of partisan advertising to begin today, on Jewel FM 92 (Brantford).

May 20, 2014

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – What is known about the talks in Ukraine, on CTV News Channel; The terror trial of Misbahuddin Ahmed is underway, on Sun TV.

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) – Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s wife getting screen time in Ottawa, in the National Post, Saskatoon Star Phoenix and the Waterloo Region Record.

John Andrew (School of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Business) – April home sales point to lacklustre spring, on globalnews.ca and cbc.ca; What is the status of the national and Vancouver real estate markets, on CKNW (Vancouver radio).

David Freedman (Law) – Casey Kasem’s case highlights need for power of attorney, on cbc.ca.

Sharry Aiken (Law) – What was decided in the Mohamed Harkat case, on Corus Radio (Calgary).

May 15, 2014

Bruce Pardy (Law) – If elected, Tim Hudak will cancel lucrative wind and solar contracts, in the National Post.

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – The situation continues to be unstable in Ukraine, on Sun TV.

Sharry Aiken (Law) – Mohamed Harkat could remain in immigration limbo for years, on cbc.ca.

John-Kurt Pliniussen (School of Business) – Banks adopting mobile payment systems a sign of strength for digital wallets, on globalnews.ca.

Heather Stuart (Community Health and Epidemiology) – Mental health stigma comes from within, in the Ottawa South EMC.

David Gordon (Urban and Regional Planning) – The growing number of empty downtown storefronts can be linked to the growth of big box stores, on CKWS Television.

Xiaolong Yang (Pathology and Molecular Medicine) – Research could lead to more effective treatment for breast cancer, on CKWS Television.

Sandip SenGupta (Pathology and Molecular Medicine) – Researcher comments on Queen’s top breast cancer researchers, on Channel 13.

May 14, 2014

Thomas Dean (Electrical and Computer Engineering) – A recent Google privacy decision that says Google has to delete information from the last ten years if asked, on Global National.

Robin Boadway (Economics) – Study targets tax reforms as cure for income gap, in the Globe and Mail.

Art Cockfield (Law) – Move to shrink 11 independent tribunals into one mega agency could cause conflict, in the Globe and Mail.

Bruce Pardy (Law) – The Progressive Conservatives believe Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne has a major problem with the Green Energy Act, in the Globe and Mail.

Ken Wong (School of Business) – Pop-up stores revamp the designer landscape, in the Toronto Star.

Don Drummond (Policy Studies) – Kathleen Wynne says Ontario vote a choice between growth or austerity, in the Windsor Star.

May 13, 2014

Ken Wong (School of Business) – Pop-up shops feed appetite for limited-time buys, in the National Post.

Warren Mabee (Geography, School of Policy Studies) – A new climate report out of the U.S. has dire predictions for weather patterns in the future, a Postmedia chat on Postmedia newspapers across Canada.

Neil Bearse (School of Business) – Netflix speed rankings place Bell first, Rogers last, on cbc.ca.

Udo Schuklenk (Philosophy) – A discussion on should doctors be permitted to actively end the live of certain severely-impaired newborns, op-ed in the Owen Sound Sun Times.

Nicholas Bala (Law) – Should any part of the Youth Justice Act be changed, on the John Gormely Show NewsTalk 660 (Saskatchewan radio).

May 12, 2014

David Lyon (Surveillance Studies Centre) – Why surveillance is proliferating even if there is no conspiracy, on The Lang and O’Leary Exchange, CTV News Channel and a number of CBC stations across Canada.

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Ukraine has strategically deployed 15,000 soldiers, on CTV News Channel.

John Smol (Biology) – What Sudbury can teach China about air pollution, in the Toronto Star.

Ken Wong (School of Business) – Pop-up shops feed appetite for limited-time buys, in Calgary Herald, The Okanagan and the New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal.

Sidneyeve Matrix (Film and Media Studies) – Is the selfie still cool, on cbc.ca.

Udo Schuklenk (Philosophy) – A discussion on should doctors be permitted to actively end the live of certain severely-impaired newborns, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.

Louie Delvoie (Centre for International and Defence Policy) – Should Turkey be viewed as a European country or a Middle Eastern country, op-ed in the Kingston Whig Standard.

 

John Casselman (Biology) – In search of the elusive sturgeon, in the Brockville Recorder and Times.

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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