Media Talk — Nov. 15

David Hutchison, professor of Education, was quoted in the article “Risk seen as important for children” in the St. Catharines Standard on Nov. 7.

Charles Burton, associate professor of Political Science, was part of a panel discussing China’s state corporations’ investments in the Canadian energy sector broadcast on the TVO program The Agenda with Steve Paikin on Nov. 9. Watch a video of Burton’s appearance. He was also quoted in Peter Worthington’s column “Feds willing to expand CSIS mandate” published in the Toronto Sun on Nov. 13. His report on Canada-China Relations published by the Canadian International Council was also referenced in John Ivison’s report “Harper may let Canada’s spy service conduct foreign espionage” on the front page of the National Post on Nov. 7. His opinion piece “China’s hit-and-run morality” published in the Globe and Mail was also discussed in Mira Sucharov’s article “The fine line between bigotry and fair cultural critique” on the Israeli news site Haaretz on Nov. 6.

David Ditor

David Ditor

Economics professor Diane Dupont and post-doctoral fellow Julia Baird were quoted in the article “Climate change in Niagara goes under microscope” in the St. Catharines Standard on Nov. 10.

Chancellor Ned Goodman was featured in the article “City still boasts ‘best ore body in the world’” in the Sudbury Star on Nov. 10.

David Ditor, associate professor of Kinesiology, and his lab was was featured in a CHCH TV segment “Spinal lab helps Brock researchers.” He was also quoted in the article “Commemorating the Man in Motion tour” in the St. Catharines Standard on Nov. 14.

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