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    October 4, 2016

    Queen's In The News Tuesday, October 4, 2016

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Andrew, John S
    • Smith School of Business
    • Geography and Planning
    CTV National Network News: Finance Minister announces closing of real estate tax loophole
    CBC News Network: Impacts of closing tax loopholes on housing market
    Dr. Andrew examines the announcement that the government will move to close a real estate tax loophole used by investors, and how this will impact the market.
    Mabee, Warren CBC Radio: Debate begins on ratifying Paris Agreement
    Dr. Mabee discussed the start of debate in the House of Commons on ratifying the Paris Agreement under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
    Malsch, Bertrand
    • Smith School of Business
    HR Reporter: Salary caps hit Ontario's broader public sector
    Dr. Malsch discusses the pros, cons and utility of a new Ontario government framework that includes salary caps and performance-related payments for hospitals, universities, colleges, school boards and government agencies.
    Simpson, Christopher
    • School of Medicine
    • Division of Cardiology
    Kingston Whig-Standard: Summit aims to butt out cigarette use
    Dr. Simpson discusses the Tobacco Endgame Summit, including its objectives and aims.
    Scott, Jill Toronto Sun: Death of the lecture?; The sage on the stage must embrace active learning
    Dr. Scott discusses the changing role of lectures in the post-secondary education experience.

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