Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.
Pot supply not the problem behind cannabis industry growing pains: Associate Professor of Operations Research Michael Armstrong spoke about various challenges in Canada’s legalized marijuana industry in pieces from the Toronto Star, Global News, Newstalk 1010, Newstalk 610 CKTB.
Amalgamations have never resulted in cost savings in government, says political science professor: A talk by Political Science Professor David Siegel about a Niagara Community Observatory policy brief he wrote was the focus of articles by the St. Catharines Standard and Niagara This Week. Siegel said that proposed changes to the size of Niagara’s municipal governments would likely not produce substantial cost savings.
What’s a feminist government? Canada, and Justin Trudeau, grapple with the question: A New York Times story about what a feminist government in Canada looks like featured quotes from Associate Professor of Sociology Kate Bezanson.
Author, scholar and activist Cecil Foster at library Saturday: Assistant Professor of Sociology Tamari Kitossa was quoted in a St. Catharines Standard article about a Brock-sponsored reading and book signing by author Cecil Foster at the St. Catharines Public Library.
Former Brock men’s hockey coach Mike Pelino going to Russian final for fourth time in six years: Former Brock men’s hockey coach Mike Pelino’s return to the Kontinental Hockey League finals in Russia as an assistant coach with Avangard Omsk was the subject of a St. Catharines Standard article.
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