Queen's in the News: April 16, 2012
George Smith (School of Policy Studies) – Air Canada union agrees to abide by labour board in the Gulf News (United Arab Emirates) and the Malaysian Insider; Walkout by Air Canada pilots has been deemed an illegal job action in the Times of India and the Toronto Star.
Ken Wong (School of Business) – The Toronto Maple Leafs apologize to their fans, in the Globe and Mail; Air Canada must scrap toxic culture to salvage reputation, in the Brandon Sun, Lethbridge Herald, Global Winnipeg, Moose Jaw Times Herald, Medicine Hat News and a number of other national daily newspapers.
Jill Scott (Languages) – Titanic’s legacy endures after 100 years, in the Huffington Post, Global BC, Brandon Sun, Global Edmonton, Global Winnipeg, Global Regina, Global Montreal, Waterloo Record, Guelph Mercury, Kingston Whig-Standard, Penticton Herald, 680 News (Toronto radio station) and a number of other national daily newspapers and online news sites. She was also interviewed by News 95.7 Halifax, News 88.9 Saint John, News 91.9 Moncton.
Robin Boadway (Economics) – Push to tax income of the top one percent is stronger than ever, in the National Post.
Stanley Sadinsky (Law) – Do casinos drive up the crime rate, in the Toronto Star.
Daniel Krupp (Math) – Major life decisions may be influenced by a person’s life expectancy, in the Calgary Herald.
John Andrew (School of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Business) – Home sales volumes and new housing/condo starts, on CTV News Channel.
Kate Harkness (Psychology) – Friday the 13th is a day known for bad luck, on CKWS Television.
Ellen Tsai (School of Medicine) – Benefits can be gained from safe injection sites, on the Roy Green Show (national radio program).