IN THE NEWS: Cannabis regulations, hockey misconduct, writers strike, social media use and Zelda

In recent media appearances, Brock experts discussed proposed cannabis regulation changes, ways inappropriate conduct is being addressed in junior hockey, the ongoing writers strike, how organizations communicate through social media and gender-neutral characters in a Nintendo video game series.

Boost THC limit for cannabis edibles and loosen packaging rules, Competition Bureau recommends: Associate Professor of Operations Research Michael Armstrong talked to CBC about the viability of proposals to increase the legal potency of some cannabis products in Canada.

Lessons to be learned in IceDogs fiasco?: Associate Professor of Sport Management Michael Naraine spoke to the St. Catharines Standard about the process the Ontario Hockey League is using to deal with allegations of inappropriate conduct. Naraine also spoke to Global News and 580 CFRA about ongoing interest from celebrities in purchasing the Ottawa Senators.

Discussing the impact of the ongoing writers strike: Associate Professor of Communication, Popular Culture and Film Liz Clarke spoke to Newstalk 610 CKTB about the ongoing writers strike and its impact on film and television production.

Niagara Health president warns of fake Twitter accounts: Assistant Professor of Digital Media Aaron Mauro spoke to the Toronto Star about the need for organizations to examine whether it is appropriate to communicate with their audiences through certain social media platforms.

Players celebrate the queerness in ‘The Legend of Zelda.’ When will Nintendo?: Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities Sarah Stang spoke to Xtra Magazine about gender neutrality in the The Legend of Zelda video game series.

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