Queen's in the News: June 11, 2012
Donald Forsdyke (Biomedical and Molecular Sciences) – The interests of industry and those who seek progress in medical research do not coincide, in the Globe and Mail.
John Andrew (School of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Business) – Canada’s commercial real estate market is hot, on the CTV News Channel.
Kieran Moore (School of Medicine) – Family doctors should work where province decides, in the Toronto Star.
Doug Bland (Defence Management Studies Program) – The search for Canada’s next top solider, in the Toronto Star.
Ned Franks (Political Studies) – Omnibus budget bill is an affront to Parliament and the public, in the Toronto Star.
Ken Wong (School of Business) – A labour and skills shortage are chief concerns for the new head of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, in the Ottawa Citizen.
Peter Hodson (Biology) – Pipeline owner suggests oil spill could have been worse, on Global Edmonton, Edmonton Journal, Ottawa Citizen, Nanaimo Daily News and the Alberni Valley Times.
Tina Dacin (School of Business) – The eroding presence of pay phones is a marker of a household trend, in the Winnipeg Free Press.
Carolyn Harris (History) – Prince Philip is the Queen’s strength and stay, on cbc.ca.
Bruce Pardy (Law) – Toronto’s bag ban may not be legal, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.