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Queen's in the News: September 9, 2013

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) – In Ontario wine country, citizens take a sip of real democracy, op-ed in the Globe and Mail; Ontario Senator Bob Runciman to post expense details, on iPolitics.

Arthur Cockfield (Law) – G20 nations to crack down on tax cheats, agree to share records by 2015, on GlobeAdvisor.com.

David Gordon (School of Urban and Regional Planning) – Satisfying to see war on cars is failing, in The Province; Edmonton’s love affair with suburbs can’t endure, researcher warns, in The Province; Exurban growth in Montreal region is worst in country, in The Province; Canada: A suburban nation, in The Province;  Bedroom communities boom, in The Vancouver Sun; A suburban nation, in the Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen, The StarPhoenix, The Province, The Vancouver Sun, Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal.

Mike Condra (Health, Counseling and Disability Services) – When kids fly the nest: 5 tips for parents for letting go, on CTVNews.ca.

John Andrew (School of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Business) – Real estate surge, on CTV News Channel.

John Pliniussen (School of Business) – Can Apple’s new iPhone recapture tech giant’s glory? On CBC.ca.

Sandy Youmans (Faculty of Education) – Full day kindergarten worth the investment, on CKWS.

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