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The Grizzly Grill

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10% discount on food items only, with a matching 10% donation
Address: 
395 Princess
Telephone: 
613-544-7566
Website URL: 
http://grizlygrill.ca

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Fanatics

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15% off all regular priced food items
Address: 
<p>371 Princess Street</p>
Telephone: 
613-542-FANS (3267)
Website URL: 
http://www.FanaticsSportsLounge.com

February 10, 2011

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Louis Gagnon (School of Business) – TSX-LSE merger, in the National Post, Toronto Star, Hamilton Spectator, Windsor Star, Winnipeg Star, and several other newspapers across Canada; also on CBC.ca News, CBC Radio, and nine other radio stations across Canada.
Ned Franks (Political Studies) – Parliament must have assurance its agents are competent, in the Globe and Mail.
Erik Knutsen (Law) – Insurance rule burdens “innocent co-insureds”, in the Hamilton Spectator.
John Drover (School of Medicine) – Recruiting specialists to Kingston, on CKWS-TV.
Joli Manson (Hospitality Services) – Queen’s Farmers’ Market, on CKWS-TV.
 

Louis Gagnon (School of Business) – TSX-LSE merger, in the National Post, Toronto Star, Hamilton Spectator, Windsor Star, Winnipeg Star, and several other newspapers across Canada; also on CBC.ca News, CBC Radio, and nine other radio stations across Canada.

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In 1962, the newly formed GSS lobbied Queen's for a place to call their own. From 1963 to 1970, that home was at 172 Stuart Street. Music has always been an important part of the Grad House. TGIF parties became a Friday night tradition at the King Street Grad House. An ad for a Flower Power dance at the Grad House. A page from a 1967 issue of the Graduate Gavel. A 1980s photo of barstaff at the Barrie Street Grad Club. An undated photo of GSS members in front of the Grad Club. Recognize anyone? Kingston musician Joe Chithalen (r) was a staple at the Grad Club in the 1990s. He played in a number of local bands. A shot of the Grad Club's front lawn before its current patio was put in. In 2009, the Grad Club was named one of Canada's best venues for live music. The Grad Club is a favourite of musicians and music lovers. These days, the Grad Club offers a selection of beverages from microbreweries; a far cry from its 'beer cooler' beginnings.

February 9, 2011

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Bob Wolfe (Policy Studies) – November 2010’s Canada-UK colloquium on polar issues, on BBC Radio 4.
Sharry Aiken (Law) – Canada’s Criminal Code allows prosecution of those who commit war crimes overseas, in the Toronto Star; and an opinion piece about Iraq war resisters who sought asylum in Canada, in the Hamilton Spectator.
Heather Stuart (Community Health and Epidemiology) – A review of anti-stigma campaigns, in the Vancouver Sun and the Regina Leader-Post.
Louis Gagnon (School of Business) - B.C. will not support the proposed national securities regulator legislation, in the Winnipeg Free Press, the Waterloo Region Record, the Halifax Chronicle-Herald and many other websites across Canada.
Nathan Kaib (Physics, Engineering Physics and Astrophysics) – The Kepler telescope discovery of new “habitable” plants, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
 

Bob Wolfe (Policy Studies) – November 2010’s Canada-UK colloquium on polar issues, on BBC Radio 4.

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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

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Louis Delvoie (Centre for International Relations) – The future of Egypt, on CTV News Channel.
Lew Johnson (School of Business) – Whether investors need financial advisers, on CBC.ca.
John Meisel (Political Studies) – Government undermining of the CRTC, in the Toronto Star.
Rob Morrison (English) – Continued relevance of Jane Austen, in the Toronto Star.

Louis Delvoie (Centre for International Relations) – The future of Egypt, on CTV News Channel.

Lew Johnson (School of Business) – Whether investors need financial advisers, on CBC.ca.

John Meisel (Political Studies) – Government undermining of the CRTC, in the Toronto Star.

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Monday, February 7, 2011

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Ken Wong (School of Business) – Super Bowl advertising, in the Toronto Star, and on Global TV National, CTV News Channel, and CBC radio’s Ontario Morning.
Jean Cote (Kinesiology and Health Studies) – Coping with major life events, in the Edmonton Sun, Calgary Sun, Winnipeg Sun, Kingston Whig-Standard, and several other newspapers across Canada.
Royce Koop (Politics) – Canadian political recruitment campaigns in various subcultures, in the Vancouver Sun.
Heather Evans (English) – Super Bowl food traditions, in the Toronto Star, Kingston Whig-Standard, and on The Fan 590 (Toronto radio).
Ariel Salzmann (History) – Parallels between the Egyptian protests, the Tunisian revolution and the Iranian revolution of 1978-79, on CKNW (Vancouver radio).
 

Ken Wong (School of Business) – Super Bowl advertising, in the Toronto Star, and on Global TV National, CTV News Channel, and CBC radio’s Ontario Morning.

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February 4, 2011

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Don Drummond (School of Policy Studies) – How to reform health care, in the Toronto Star.
Robert Wolfe (School of Policy Studies) – Stephen Harper/Barack Obama meeting in Washington, in the Toronto Sun, Winnipeg Sun, and 12 other Sun Media newspapers and on nine CBC Radio stations across Canada.

Sidneyeve Matrix (Film and Media Studies) – Language translators on the Internet, in the Winnipeg Free Press and Metro News Ottawa.
Chris Simpson (Cardiology) – Comments about a new report from the Heart and Stroke Foundation, in the Belleville Intelligencer.

 

Don Drummond (School of Policy Studies) – How to reform health care, in the Toronto Star.

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