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Queen's in the News: 2006-01-18

Tamara Small (Sociology) comments in a Canadian Press story that is covered in the Globe and Mail and Kingston Whig-Standard about political candidates using internet blogs.
Nick Bala's (Law) opinion piece opposing the decriminalization of polygamy appears in the Globe and Mail.
Ken Wong (Business) comments about Sirius satellite radio's marketing strategy in the National Post.
Art Cockfield's (Law) opinion piece about national unity under a Conservative minority government appears in the Toronto Star.
Kathy Brock (Policy Studies) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about why there are so few women candidates in local politics and discusses the election campaign on CKWS TV and the election debate on CBC Syndicated radio across the country.
PhD candidate Caitlin Mason continues to discuss her new study with Peter Katzmarzyk (Physical and Health Education) showing an alarming increase in the number of extremely obese Canadians including in the Calgary Sun and on cbc.ca News, CTV NewsNet and CKWS-TV.
Malcolm Welch (Education) discusses the proposed new legislation that would raise the school leaving age to 18 years and tie school attendance to the students' driver's licences on CBC Radio's The Current.
John McGarry (Political Studies) discusses the Bloc Quebecois and separatism in Quebec on CKRW Radio Windsor.

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