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    November 7, 2022

    Queen's In The News Monday, November 7, 2022

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Sean Cleary
    • Smith School of Business
    Globe and Mail: Environmentalists and banks square off as new climate rules loom
    Dr. Cleary says there is merit to safe-harbour protection to climate disclosure, which would offer banks protection against being legally beholden to what they are forecasting, if it moves the efforts forward.
    Drummond, Don
    • School of Policy Studies
    Hill Times: Drummond applauds ‘realistic’ economic forecast, but urges spending restraint, while others praise mini-budget’s targeted affordability measures
    Prof. Drummond weighs in on Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland's fiscal update.
    Afolasade Fakolade
    • Health Sciences
    • School of Rehabilitation Therapy
    CBC Radio: All in a Day with Alan Neal
    Prof. Fakolade talks about her research, which delves into the impact caregiving has on the family members and friends who take on that role—and what could be done to support them.
    Kerr, Lisa
    • Law
    CHED: Today's show: The struggle to find seasonal workers, sentencing laws are being undone & what's at stake in the U.S. midterm elections?
    Prof. Kerr discusses the sentencing laws that were brought in under former Prime Minister Stephen Harper that are being undone.
    Christian Leuprecht
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    • Smith School of Business
    • School of Policy Studies
    CTV National Network News: Canadian Armed Forces now allowing permanent residents to enlist amid low recruitment
    Dr. Leuprecht talks about why the Canadian Armed Forces is now permitting permanent residents to enlist.
    Mabee, Warren
    • Arts and Science
    • Geography and Planning
    • School of Policy Studies
    CBC Online: These Ontario climate researchers and advocates expect more than talk at COP27 — they want action
    Dr. Mabee says there are concerns people aren't paying close attention to this year's COP27 conference, as the world is distracted by other issues around the globe.
    Kaitlyn MacDonald
    • Arts and Science
    • History
    CBC Online: PhD student researching how dark tourism and history collide
    MacDonald, PhD candidate, discusses her research into dark tourism—visiting sights where tragedy or suffering have occurred. She talks about some of these sights that exist in Kingston.
    Rowe, Kerry
    • Engineering and Applied Science
    • Civil Engineering
    Kingston Whig-Standard: Queen's Professor receives $250,000 NSERC award
    Brockville Recorder and Times: Queen's Professor receives $250,000 NSERC award
    Dr. Rowe is interviewed about winning the NSERC award for his research and work improving waste containment facilities around the world.
    Nadia Verrelli
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    Newstalk 980 (London radio): November 4, 2022 - On The Level - Epi 13
    Dr. Verrelli explains what the notwithstanding clause is and how it’s being used in the Ontario Education Support Workers Dispute with the Ford Government (cue 12:30).

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