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    August 9, 2022

    Queen's In The News Tuesday, August 9, 2022

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    Abray, Tim
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    CBC - Ontario Morning: Ontario Morning from CBC Radio with Ramraajh Sharvendiran
    The post-doctoral candidate talks about the return of MPPs to Queen's Park in the summer, and what it could mean for the leaderless NDP party.
    Deborah Francis
    • Health Sciences
    • School of Rehabilitation Therapy
    The Conversation: University anti-racism policies: Use shared decision-making to hear BIPOC student insights
    In her op-ed, the doctoral candidate says systemic racism is evident in Canadian institutional policies and processes that maintain racial inequities.
    Ricard Gil
    • Smith School of Business
    CBC Online: Giving sleeping mats to stranded Winnipeg-bound passengers an 'insult' by Air Canada: advocate
    Dr. Gil says new passenger protection regulations at Air Canada could provide air passengers with more security when flying.
    Christian Leuprecht
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    • Smith School of Business
    • School of Policy Studies
    Winnipeg Free Press: Parliamentary committee to begin study of RCMP’s use of cellphone spyware
    Dr. Leuprecht talks about the RCMP's use of cellphone spyware, and the launch of a parliamentary committee that will look into the use of the controversial technology.
    Celeste Pedri-Spade
    • Arts and Science
    • Global Development Studies
    National Post: We need a better understanding of race, 'status' and indigeneity in Canada
    In her op-ed, Dr. Pedri-Spade talks about the release of the Queen's Indigenous Identity report, and says being Indigenous is not about race or status, but lived experiences.
    Walker, David
    • School of Policy Studies
    • Health Sciences
    • School of Medicine
    • Emergency Medicine
    Globe and Mail: Elderly patients with nowhere else to go are crowding hospitals. How Ontario aims to solve the crisis
    Dr. Walker says it is in the interests of acute-care hospitals to have access to long-term care.

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