Brock media clips for Friday, Jan. 15

Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.

How Trump divided a Canadian woman from her American family and what might be next in the U.S.: Associate Professor of Political Science Paul Hamilton spoke to CBC about how impeachment works in the American political system and skepticism among some voters in the United States. Hamilton also spoke about American impeachment proceedings with Newstalk 610 CKTB.

Can Wall Street help us find the true price of water?: Professor of Economics Diane Dupont discussed the trading of water as a commodity in a CBC article.

Brock University and Labour College of Canada enter into a partnership: A partnership between Brock University and the Labour College of Canada, which creates pathways for union leaders to pursue a certificate or degree in Labour Studies, was the subject of articles from Academica and The St. Catharines Standard, and featured quotes from Department of Labour Studies Chair Kendra Coulter.

Misinformation, prolonged pandemic pose security threat in Canada: Brock experts: In an article from CBC, Assistant Professor of History Colin Rose and Canadian Studies Instructor Ibrahim Berrada discussed the need for all levels of government in Canada to work proactively to curb the threat of populism and instability. Berrada also discussed the threat of misinformation in an interview with Newstalk 610 CKTB.

Fitriya Mohamed is changing the game — and the conversation — around Muslim women in sports: Master of Arts in Sport Management student Fitriya Mohamed was featured as one of The Toronto Star’s Changemakers for her role in launching the Muslim Women’s Summer Basketball League.

Strain of COVID on the non-profit sector and the need to ensure recreation services and space: Associate Professor of Sport Management Julie Stevens spoke to Newstalk 610 CKTB about the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on non-profit recreational facilities in Niagara.

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