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Queen's in the News: 2006-07-10

David Detomasi (International Business) comments in the Globe and Mail about Russia’s position on energy security and the discussion that will surround this issue at the Group of Eight Summit.  
Jonathan Rose (Political Science) continues to comment about a political experiment that studies whether or not Ontario citizens should change the way they elect their MPPs, most recently in the St. Catharines Standard and in the Welland Tribune.  
Ken Wong (Business) discusses how Toronto could better market itself as a world-class tourist destination in the Toronto Star.
Lucie Levesque (Physical and Health Education) comments on a program designed to encourage physical activity among grade 5 students with the Limestone School Board District in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Robert Lovelace (Native Studies) discusses the construction of the controversial Algonquin First Nation Cultural Centre in the Kingston Whig-Standard.  
Chris Riddell (Policy Studies) compares research on unemployment insurance in New Brunswick and Maine in the New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal.  
James Reynolds (Toxicology and Pharmacology) comments on fetal exposure to methanol and its possible role in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders on medicalnewstoday.com.  
Nancy Alboim and Ross Finnie's (Policy Studies) research about earnings returns from immigrant employees and Canadian born employees from different ethnic groups is noted in the Toronto Star.

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