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    November 8, 2022

    Queen's In The News Tuesday, November 8, 2022

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    Bob Connelly
    • Health Sciences
    • School of Medicine
    • Pediatrics
    Kingston This Week: Annual Teddy Bear campaign kicks off
    Dr. Connelly says KHSC is committed to ensuring that young patients and their families receive quality and family-centred care during their hospital stay.
    Janet Dancey
    • Health Sciences
    • Cancer Research Institute
    Global News: More than 1.5 million Canadians living with cancer, new stats reveal
    Dr. Dancey explains that as humans live longer, the chances of having cancer appear to go up, despite best scientific efforts.
    Robert Hickey
    • Arts and Science
    Globe and Mail: Doug Ford’s use of the notwithstanding clause had the unintended effect of bringing Canada’s largest unions together
    Dr. Hickey explains that it is rare for so many unions to come together in such a short period of time, in response to the Ontario government’s use of Bill 28.
    Mabee, Warren
    • Arts and Science
    • Geography and Planning
    • School of Policy Studies
    CBC Online: CBC Rundown With Andrew Nichols
    Dr. Mabee shares that 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.
    Armand Garnet Ruffo
    • Arts and Science
    • English Language and Literature
    • Languages, Literatures and Cultures
    CBC Online: What were Indigenous soldiers fighting for?
    Prof. Ruffo talks about Francis Pegahmagabow, an Anishinaabe sniper who remains the most highly decorated soldier in Canadian military history after fighting in the First World War.
    Smol, John
    • Arts and Science
    • Biology
    • School of Environmental Studies
    BBC : Climate change: The environmental disasters we've almost fixed
    Dr. Smol says in many ways acid rain was a "success story", showing that countries can come together and deal with an international problem.

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