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November 28, 2022

Queen's In The News Monday, November 28, 2022

Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
Detomasi, David
  • Smith School of Business
Global News: Final Day in Emergencies Act Inquiry, Canada’s relations with countries that share our values
YGK news: Analysis: Canada should focus on building ties with countries that share its values — but tread carefully
Dr. Detomasi talks about his recently published op-ed in The Conversation, which explores the idea of unity among countries based on shared values, and the caveats that should be examined (cue: 13:10).
Christian Leuprecht
  • Arts and Science
  • Political Studies
  • Smith School of Business
  • School of Policy Studies
Roy Green Syndicated Radio Show: Operational leaks during the Convoy
CBC News Network: Investigating police leaks during the truck convoy protests
Dr. Leuprecht discusses the problem of operational leaks from police to protesters during the Ottawa convoy protests. He also talks about two upcoming roundtables in Ottawa, where he is scheduled to speak.
John Muscedere
  • Health Sciences
  • School of Medicine
  • Medicine
  • Division of General Internal Medicine
YGK news: Kingston becomes home to first Centre for Healthy Aging
Dr. Muscedere talks about the first Centre for Healthy Aging, and how the program should enhance the level of personalization people receive in their health advice, and point them in the right direction to get it.
Santiago Perez Patrigeon
  • Health Sciences
  • School of Medicine
CTV Ottawa: Health Canada considers RSV vaccine
Dr. Perez Patrigeon says you should learn to say no to extra curricular activities if you have a cold, or cold-like symptoms. This as RSV could pose a risk to seniors in our region.
Jessop, Philip
  • Arts and Science
  • Chemistry
  • School of Environmental Studies
CKWS/Global Kingston: Tips on how to become a greener consumer
Dr. Jessop breaks down green options for consumers.
Wong, Kenneth
  • Smith School of Business
CKWS/Global Kingston: Black Friday deals bigger as COVID-19 restrictions, supply chain issues ease: expert
Dr. Wong says part of the reason for the business is pent-up demand after over two years of COVID-19 restrictions. An even bigger factor, he says, is that the supply chain problems of the last year-and-a-half have diminished and retailers are being flooded with inventory.

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