IN THE NEWS: Non-profit organizations, alcohol warning labels and critical TV reviews

In recent media appearances, Brock experts discussed the critical role not-for-profit organizations play in Canadian communities, warning labels on alcohol bottles in Ireland and the controversy surrounding a new television show.

Why non-profits are more important than ever: Associate Professor of Sociology Kevin Gosine spoke to 630 CHED Edmonton about the critical role not-for-profit organizations play in developing social capital.

Ireland to put warning labels on liquor bottles: Professor of Health Sciences Dan Malleck spoke to CHML 900’s Hamilton Today show (at the six-minute mark) about the news that Ireland will soon become the first country to put cancer warning labels on its alcohol bottles.

HBO’s The Idol not faring well with critics: Associate Professor of Communication, Popular Culture and Film Liz Clarke spoke to CHCH Trending Now about the negative reviews HBO television show The Idol has received after its premier at the Cannes Film Festival.

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