IN THE NEWS: Dog owner behaviour, the business of sport and a rare eclipse

During recent media appearances, Brock experts discussed financial deals related to world sporting events, the behaviour of young dog owners when their furry friends misbehave and the countdown until a once-in-a-generation solar eclipse.

Young dog owners tend to cope well when their beloved pooch misbehaves, new study reveals: Brock Research Assistant Renata Roma’s research exploring the response of young dog owners to the bad behaviour of their four-legged friends was discussed in a article.

Inside Toronto’s ‘sweetheart deal’ with MLSE to host 2026 World Cup: Associate Professor of Sport Management Michael Naraine spoke to the Toronto Star about a controversial deal that will see Maple Leaf Sports and entertainment help to host the 2026 World Cup. Naraine also spoke to CBC about the popularity of sports gambling in Ontario and to the Seattle Times about the arrival of professional cricket in the city.

One year until a total solar eclipse takes place: Assistant Professor of Physics Barak Shoshany spoke to Newstalk 610 CKTB about what to expect when Niagara experiences a total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024.

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