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    November 1, 2016

    Queen's In The News Tuesday, November 1, 2016

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Aiken, Sharry
    • Law
    CBC News Network: Canada to boost immigration target
    Professor Aiken discusses the proposal to increase Canada's immigration intake, saying she's cautiously optimistic about the new targets and confident the plan is calibrated to address labour market needs.
    Kutsyuruba, Benjamin
    • Education
    Teach Magazine: Don't Quit - Tips for surviving your first year of teaching
    Dr. Kutsyuruba says developing a culture of trust is essential in helping new teachers in their first years.
    McDonald, David
    • Global Development Studies
    CBC Radio: Privatization is a political issue, not an economic one
    Dr. McDonald says that privatization is often considered through a political, rather than economic, lens. The interview was republished online and aired in multiple CBC markets nationwide.
    Morrison, Robert
    • English Language and Literature
    CKNW-Vancouver: Discussing the origins of classic Halloween Monsters.
    Dr. Morrison discussed the origins of classic horror stories "Frankenstein" and "The Vampyre."
    Nossal, Kim
    • Political Studies
    Global Times (China newspaper): Canada, China at dawn of golden decade
    Dr. Nossal discusses the changing Canada-China relationship, as well as future opportunities.
    Pardy, Bruce
    • Law
    Lawyers Weekly: Eco-groups' challenge to regulation dismissed
    Professor Pardy discussed the efforts by two not-for-profit environmental groups to persuade Ontario’s Court of Appeal to invalidate a regulation under the province’s Endangered Species Act (ESA).
    Sinclair, Duncan Longwoods: Healthcare is 24/7
    Dr. Sinclair discusses the need to consider all aspects of healthcare, not just emergency services, as accessible outside of standard business hours.
    Spitzmuller, Matthias
    • Smith School of Business
    National Post, Financial Post: The office-less office
    Dr. Spitzmuller says that, if employees socialize with each other more at work, it creates a stronger bond between them which can benefit the organization.

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