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    January 14, 2020

    Queen's In The News Tuesday, January 14, 2020

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Brock, Kathy
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    • School of Policy Studies
    Kingston Whig-Standard: Sir Oliver Mowat and Sir John A Macdonald helped shape Kingston
    Dr. Brock says often when we see its deficiencies, and there are some that are truly egregious, we blame them (past leaders like Mowat and Macdonald) and forget that their legacy to us was the framework.
    Miles Howe
    • Arts and Science
    • Global Development Studies
    Yahoo! Canada: RCMP reactivated list of flagged activists days before Trans Mountain decision
    Howe says it’s clear from the documents that RCMP reactivated the list of 89. The story also appeared on CBC.
    Christian Leuprecht
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    • School of Policy Studies
    CKNW-Vancouver: Prime Minister Trudeau is demanding answers over the downing of flight 752
    CBC Radio: It could have been a nightmare, but it was just a false alarm
    Dr. Leuprecht discusses both the downing of the flight in Iran and the false emergency text message.
    Schuklenk, Udo
    • Arts and Science
    • Philosophy
    iPolitics: Federal government launches public consultations on assisted dying law
    Dr. Schuklenk says the original law passed by the Liberals was more restrictive than necessitated by the Supreme Court ruling that struck down the prohibition on medically-assisted dying, and went against most expert legal advice.
    Galen Watts
    • Arts and Science
    • Cultural Studies
    Toronto Star: Young Canadian adults say current events, string of bad news adding to anxiety
    Watts says the latest raft of troubling global headlines marks another ride on the see-saw he and many of his fellow millennials feel they’re riding.

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