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Queen's in the News: April 12, 2013

Art Cockfield (Law) – Leaked financial documents reveal how the rich use tax havens, in Press TV (Iranian news website). 

Monica LaBarge (School of Business) – Defective airbags lead to major recall by Honda and Toyota, on CTV News Channel. 

Peter Hodson (Environmental Studies) – Keystone XL pipeline symbolizes an evolving societal attitude against global environmental degradation, in the Globe and Mail. 

Sharry Aiken (Law) – RBC apologizes for outsourcing jobs and laying off Canadians for temporary foreign workers, in the Vancouver Province, Calgary Herald, Winnipeg Free Press and 10 other newspapers and websites across Canada. 

Judith Davidson (Psychology) – New book helps people treat themselves for insomnia, in the Ottawa Citizen. 

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – How do Canadians become radicalized and turned into terrorists, on The Agenda With Steve Paikin blog. 

Nick Bala (Law) – Public upset of lack of changes against young offenders in case a bullied teenager who committed suicide, on talk radio stations News 95.7 (Halifax), News 88.9 (Saint John) and News 91.9 (Moncton). 

Doug Bland (School of Policy Studies) – The Canadian military reverses its decision on danger pay in Afghanistan, on CBC Radio Ottawa. 

Wendy Craig (Psychology) – Tips for parents to help their children deal with bullying, in Kingston This Week , Frontenac This Week and Napanee Guide.


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