Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.
Charity urges tourists to stay away from Ontario’s roadside zoos this summer: Associate Professor of Labour Studies Kendra Coulter spoke to CBC about ethical concerns she associates with visiting private zoos.
Ontario education workers need ‘real wages,’ union says ahead of bargaining: Professor of Labour Studies Larry Savage spoke to CBC about wage negotiations between education workers and the provincial government that could lead to strikes in the future.
Contract dispute could hurt Canada’s World Cup push, game’s growth: Assistant Professor of Sport Management Michael Naraine spoke to The Toronto Star about the impact of the contract dispute between the Canadian men’s soccer team and Canada Soccer.
Are you actually hydrating correctly?: Professor of Kinesiology Stephen Cheung spoke to MSN Canada about the risks associated with not hydrating properly.
Brock University acquires 3.2-hectare Enbridge site on Schmon Parkway: Brock Vice-President, Administration Ken Chan discussed the University’s acquisition of a property on Schmon Parkway that will support future growth in articles from Academica and The St. Catharines Standard.
Grade 4 students get lesson in business: The Goodman Lemonade program, which teaches elementary school students the basics of running a for-profit business, was featured in an article from 101.1 More FM.
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