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Queen's in the News: April 24, 2014

Nick Bala (Law) – Halifax lawyers defending two teens in the Rehtaeh Parsons case may not have been charged if the government hadn’t changed its sexting policy, in the Globe and Mail.

Jeff Nadeau and Fraser McLeod (Urban and Regional Planning graduate students) – A Queen’s study of the Rideau Canal and suggestions for improvement, on CBC’s All in a Day.

David de Witt (Agnes Etherington Art Centre) – Rembrandt School puts Kingston on global art map, in Canadian Art and on CKWS Television.

Stephen Archer (School of Medicine) – Dermatology clinic officially launches in Kingston, in the Kingston EMC.

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