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Income inequality in a fairer Canada  6/30/2014
Survey shows Canadians want governments to do more to address income gap, not less smaller share of Canada's income and wealth than a generation ago. In a national survey of 1,800 Canadians we conducted earlier this year at the Institute for Social Research at York University, we found that 78 per cent of respondents recognize that there has been the trend toward greater income inequality.
Featuring: Prof. Les Jacobs | Read full story.


What American Apparel CEO Dov Charney’s ouster says about the new world of corporate leadership  6/23/2014
The long leash is tightening on chief executives — especially those charismatic founders whose drive and influence have made them seemingly untouchable.

That’s the lesson of Dov Charney, the embattled CEO of American Apparel Inc., who on June 18 was unceremoniously ousted from the clothing retailer he founded in 1997, over a range of concerns tied to his personal and corporate activities. Shocked, the controversial 45-year-old refused to resign as CEO and president and hours later was stripped of his chairmanship by some of the same directors he brought onto the company’s board.

“Some charismatic, dominant people have demons and have reputational issues that can be their undoing,” explained Richard LeBlanc, associate professor at York University, who also teaches governance at Harvard University.
Featuring: Prof. Richard LeBlanc | Read full story.


Polar Challenge: Extreme Conditions Put High Cost on Arctic Operations  6/10/2014
The Canadian government has vowed to significantly boost military capability in the Arctic, but after years of such promises, a major roadblock still stands in the way — money.

Some of those have disappeared while other acquisitions have been scaled back because of the cost.

“Establishing a presence in the Arctic doesn’t come cheap,” explained defense analyst Martin Shadwick, who teaches strategic studies at York University in Toronto. “It’s one thing to announce such purchases but much more difficult to make them happen.”
Featuring: Prof. Martin Shadwick | Read full story.


Why employers prefer retirees who don’t need to work  6/9/2014
The big gap is finding employers who, like Vita, embrace part-time, older workers. Most companies are not geared up to ease employees out of full-time work into part-time positions, says Thomas Klassen, a political science professor at York University.

“There is a large disconnect between what older Canadian workers would like and what employers are willing to offer,” he says.

“Thus, the boomers are stuck. Most boomers interested in part-time work must aim for consulting or become an entrepreneur or accept a significant decrease in seniority and pay cut to join the ranks of part-time workers.”
Featuring: Prof. Thomas Klassen | Read full story.


Observers call Ont. election debate underwhelming  6/4/2014
The lukewarm sparring between Ontario's major political leaders in the election debate Tuesday night failed to impress observers, who said all three leaders missed an opportunity to sway undecided voters.

When people don't know specific policy points, they connect with leaders' personalities, said York University political science professor Robert MacDermid. Partisans will all be pleased with their leaders' performances, MacDermid predicted, though no leader came across as particularly strong. "None of them are great debaters," he said. "Any of these people, I think, would come off in a bad light if they were put up against really articulate debaters who could think quickly on their feet." A common weakness among the leaders was that they tried to cram in too much information, MacDermid said. The leaders should have talked more in principles, in broad outlines, and not the ins and outs of policy details. "They all get so prepped for these things their heads are full of the platform and factoids and stuff and they feel the need to spew this all out," he said. "Unfortunately for a lot of voters it's this bewildering array of semi-explained promises."
Featuring: Prof. Robert MacDermid | Read full story.

2014 Stories

Below you'll find a selection of stories in reverse-chronological order. You can re-order the contents of the table below by clicking on a column heading.

1Nearly 50% of grade 12 students in Ontario report texting while driving,Institute for Social Research An ongoing survey of Ontario students in grades 7 to 12 conducted for the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Social Science, Institute for Social ResearchCNW, Toronto Star7/9/2014
2Rob Ford is back, but has the city reached a 'plateau of unhappiness'?Prof. Dennis PilonOnly a few days back from rehab, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has already faced condemnation from fellow politicians and confrontations with citizens.Political ScienceCBC7/5/2014
3Campaigning or communicating? Rules not clear for Richmond Hill candidatesProf. Robert MacDermidbuilding and marketing of simplified ideas.Political ScienceRichmond Hill Liberal7/3/2014
4What Marketers Can Learn From Contemporary ArtProf. Don ThompsonReview of Thompson's book The Supermodel and the Brillo BoxEconomicsstrategy + business7/1/2014
5Rob Ford returns: But can he still win the mayoral race?Prof. Dennis PilonRob Ford emerges today from his self-imposed time-out of more than two months, the world will see a slimmer, healthier and rehabilitated mayor.Political ScienceCBC News6/30/2014
6Income inequality in a fairer CanadaProf. Les Jacobs, Prof. David NorthrupSurvey shows Canadians want governments to do more to address income gap, not less Political Science, Institute for Social ResearchToronto Star6/30/2014
7Immigration experts say Bill C-24 discriminatory and weakens citizenshipProf. Luin GoldringWith Bill C-24, the Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act, Ottawa has dramatically redefined the narrative of what it is to be Canadian.Department of SociologyToronto Star6/28/2014
8Social workers root for place in communityProf. Susan McGrathProject seeks to document local social practices, preserve Rwandan culture, values and needs, and incorporate the practices into university curricula.Social WorkThe New Times - Rwanda's First Daily6/27/2014
9Supreme Court rules against Wal-Mart over closing of Quebec storeProf.David DooreyWal-Mart Canada Corp. broke Quebec's labour laws when it shut a store in Jonquiere almost a decade ago.Human Resource ManagementThe Globe and Mail6/27/2014
10The CBC’s a service, not a business Prof. Wade RowlandThe CBC’s strategic plan to shift priorities from broadcast to digital services and outsource virtually all but news and current affairs.Communication StudiesThe Globe and Mail6/26/2014
114 out of 5 Liberal MPPs from York Region in Kathleen Wynne's cabinetProf. Robert DrummondOntario Premier Kathleen Wynne unveiled her cabinet for the 41st session of the provincial legislature Political ScienceEast Gwillimbury Era 6/26/2014
12Do any MPPs really want to hear about our declined votes?Prof. Dennis Pilon31,399 voters in Ontario felt dissatisfied with all of the candidates, parties and leaders to show up to a polling station and decline their ballots.Political ScienceAurora Banner6/25/2014
13What American Apparel CEO Dov Charney’s ouster says about the new world of corporate leadershipProf. Richard LeBlancThe long leash is tightening on chief executives — especially those charismatic founders whose influence have made them seemingly untouchable.Administrative StudiesFinancial Post6/23/2014
14Solidarity and Solar Panels in Kerala Prof. Ananya Mukherjee When 60 women in Edamalakudi carried about a hundred solar panels on their heads across 18 kilometres they made history of sorts.Political ScienceCounter Punch6/20/2014
15Record number of York Region voters decline ballotsProf. Denis Pilon, Prof. Bob DrummondA larger number of voters opted to decline their ballots in the 2014 election than ever before. Political, Aurora Banner6/20/2014
16Conditions deemed ripe for action on income inequalityProf. Lesley JacobsBroad concern about income inequality and a strong belief among Canadians that governments can play a role in reducing it.Social Science, Institute for Social Research, Law and SocietyToronto Star6/18/2014
17Kathleen Wynne silent on concerns over secrecy of justice of the peace complaintsProf. Ian GreenePremier Kathleen Wynne and her government remain silent on the secrecy around complaints filed against justices of the peace in Ontario.Public Policy & AdministrationMetro6/17/2014
18How did Kathleen Wynne turn a minority into a majority?Prof. Dennis PilonWynne's government election hobbled by a massive deficit and spending scandals but managed to eke out a majority,Political ScienceThe loop6/13/2014
19The Downward RampProf. Ben SandWith the bursting of the tech bubble came a halt to growth at the high end of the job market.EconomicsThe New York Times6/10/2014
20Polar Challenge: Extreme Conditions Put High Cost on Arctic OperationsProf. Martin ShadwickThe Canadian government has vowed to significantly boost military capability in the Arctic.Political ScienceDefenseNews6/10/2014
21Why employers prefer retirees who don’t need to workProf. Thomas KlassenRetirees looking for part-time work may have a good chance if their reason is more than financial. Political ScienceToronto Star6/9/2014
22Politics of the toiletProf. Sheila CavanaghProfessor Cavanagh discusses the origins of her book and play.Department of SociologyDaily Xtra6/9/2014
23Shah's son seeks Iranian diaspora's supportProf. Saeed RahnemaReza Pahlavi's life has been consumed by a single mission: ousting the Islamic regime that overthrew his father in Iran's 1979 revolution.Political ScienceThe Globe and Mail6/7/2014
24Observers call Ont. election debate underwhelming Prof. Robert MacDermidThe lukewarm sparring between Ontario's major political leaders in the election debate Tuesday night failed to impress observers.Political ScienceCP246/4/2014
25Most of us just going through election motionsProf. Dennis PilonWhat if they called an election and no one cared? Political ScienceAurora Banner6/4/2014
26Saving CBC Means They Must Cut Ads and We Must Boost Funding Prof Wade RowlanProfessor Rowland provides his solution to CBC funding and counters Andre Coyne's view.Communication StudiesHuffington Post6/3/2014
27The next frontier for human rights: the humble public toiletProf. Sheila CavanaghNew bathroom sensitivity comes from advocates for transgender rights, Department of SociologyThe Globe and Mail6/3/2014
28Will their old age be bleak and hungry?; Action on pensions is urgent, but many disagree on a planProf. Tom KlassenMore than three million Ontario workers are staring at a bleak and hungry old age because they haven't saved enough. Administrative StudiesThe Hamilton Spectator6/2/2014
29Tell Me a Story, How Stories Spark the ImaginationProf. Raymond MarrThere are many reasons why humans love a good story. For children it helps spark their imagination,EnglishMississauga News6/2/2014
30Ontario Election 2014 Campaign Expected To Get Much Nastier, Say Critics Prof Dennis PilonDespite allegations of corruption, recklessness, dishonesty, and possibly criminal behaviours this election has not been especially nasty.Political ScienceHuffingtonpost.ca6/1/2014
31Winds of change begin to howl; The gender dividesProf. Robert A. KenedyNothing the Canadian Association For Equality does, even a picnic, is untouched by controversy and outrage in the modern gender wars. Social ScienceNational Post5/31/2014
32Toronto’s South Asian community confronts violence against women at homeProf. Vijay AgnewThe issue of violence against women in India, members of Toronto’s South Asian community the same problems exist in our own backyard. Gender Sexuality and Women's StudiesCitynews.ca5/30/2014
33Organizing precarious workers: Unions think sector-wide to help freelancers Prof. Stephanie RossThe Canadian Media Guild (CMG), are hoping that by bringing media workers together to network, they can get them thinking about working conditions.Social Sciencerabble.ca5/30/2014
34Most election polls unreliable: expertsProf. Daniel Cohn Veteran pollsters have a word of advice for Ontario voters getting seasick from riding the shifting tides of the province's election survey results.Public Policy & AdministrationWaterloo Region Record 5/30/2014
35Brian Mulroney to be named chairman of media and telecom giant Quebecor Inc. Prof. Richard LeblancMulroney takes charge at Quebecor; Federalist former PM becomes chairman as company distances itself from Peladeau, a high-profile Parti Quebecois MLAAdministrative StudiesThe Globe and Mail5/29/2014
36Academics reveal extent of hollowing out of Canadian middle classProf. Benjamin SandIn a 2013 co-written paper, he looked at how wage inequality, employment, and wage polarization have evolved over the last four decades in Canada.Economicsstraight.com5/29/2014
37Hopelessness sign of problem that could lead to suicideProf. Gordon FlettExperts agree, the teenage years can present a whole host of pressures - most of which can easily be managed with the right support .Dept. of Psychology, LaMarsh Centre for Child and Youth Research, Dept of Psychology, Faculty of HealthBarrie Advance5/28/2014
38Organizing precarious workers: Workers' centres open their doors Prof Stephanie RossWorkers' centres like Toronto's Workers' Action Centre have become one of the organizations that are organizing precarious workers.Social ScienceRabble.ca5/28/2014
39University in Ontario is cheaper than you thinkProf. George FallisYork University Economics professor George Fallis claims that tuition in Ontario is cheaper than it looks.EconomicsToronto Star5/27/2014
40Organizing precarious workers: Looking for a new modelProf. Stephanie RossToday, there exists no industry in which you will not find precarious workers.Social ScienceRabble.ca5/27/2014
41Ontario pension plan good politics, bad policy Prof. Thomas KlassenThe unprecedented proposal by the province to create its own public pension plan to supplement the Canada Pension Plan is magnificent politics.Public Policy & AdministrationToronto Star5/26/2014
42New issue: Refuge journal – CRS (UK)Centre for Refugee StudiesFounded in 1981, Refuge is an interdisciplinary journal published two times a year by the Centre for Refugee Studies at York University. Equity Studies, Centre for Refugee StudiesThe Brotherhood Library Current Awareness Portal5/21/2014
43Report supports making outdoor spaces smoke-freeInstitute for Social ResearchA new report from the haldimand-Norfolk health unit recommends the development of a bylaw that would ban smoking in outdoor spaces. Social Science, Institute for Social ResearchNiagara Falls Review5/15/2014
44Why Rob Ford isn’t done yetProf. Denis PilonArmed with a possible redemption arc, the Rob Ford saga is far from over.Political ScienceMacleans5/13/2014
45Reviving Canada's manufacturing capacityProf. Frank MieleAfter years of fleeing North America for the low wage climes of China, manufacturers are coming back. Public Policy & AdministrationThe Hamilton Spectator5/8/2014
46Ontario reveals plans for pension plan, says it can be integrated with CPPProf. Thomas KlassenOntario released a blueprint for a homegrown pension plan in its spring budget Thursday, but left the door open to expanding the program to other provPolitical ScienceThe Canadian Press5/8/2014
47 Clement fires back after Wynne accuses PM of ignoring needs of Ontario Prof. Robert DrummondProfessor Drummond comments on Treasury Board president Tony Clement jumping into the Ontario election.Public Policy & AdministrationCP24.com5/8/2014
48Queer Axe FolkProf. Sheila CavanaghThe Queer Axe Folk (QAF), are LGBT who come out to try their hand at what one Toronto blog has dubbed the city’s “newest homegrown sport.”Gender Sexuality and Women's StudiesDailyXtra5/7/2014
49The Ethics of Spider-ManProf. J. KeepingIn Spider-Man and Philosophy: The Web of Inquiry, a group academics examine the exploits of the superhero against a host of ethical issues.HumanitiesNational Catholic Register5/4/2014
50Why Is Asbestos Still Killing People? Prof. Jessica van HorssenA twisting tale of industry cover-ups and misinformation that spans decades.HistoryPacific Standard5/2/2014
51CIBC's CEO search expected to include outside candidatesProf. Richard LeblancCanadian Imperial Bank of Commerce said it would consider hiring an outsider as chief executive officer.Administrative StudiesThe Globe and Mail5/2/2014
52Not all Ontario workers will pay into proposed pension planProf. Thomas KlassenOntario released a blueprint for a homegrown pension plan in its spring budget.Political ScienceCTV News5/1/2014
53NDP key to determining if budget will result in electionProf. Robert DrummondAnalysis of the Ontario budget and its potential to cause an election.Political ScienceCambridge Times5/1/2014
54New Economic Model Needed to Combat PovertyProf. David LangilleProfessor Langille explores changing the economic model in Canada to combat poverty.Social ScienceThe Owen Sound Sun Times4/29/2014
55Film Brings Pompeii Back to LifeProf. Jonathan EdmondsonProfessor Edmondson speaks about his work as an advisor on the film.HistoryThe Guardian4/26/2014
56Canada builds ties with emerging foreign-aid playersProf. Gregory ChinProfessor Chin recommends implementing strategies with foreign partners.Political ScienceEmbassy4/23/2014
57Foundation of American PowerProf. Thomas KlassenProfessor Klassen examines the decline of American power.Political ScienceThe Korea Herald4/20/2014
58Almost Half of Canada’s Navy Vessels Under Repair Prof. Martin ShadwickProfessor Shadwick discusses Canada's Political ScienceOttawa Citizen4/19/2014
59How Rob Ford Could Win AgainProf. Robert DrummondProfessor Drummond examines how Mayor Rob Ford could be re-elected.Political ScienceCBC News4/18/2014
60 Middle Eastern scholar discusses democracy, nonviolence in Iran Prof. Ramin JahanbeglooJahanbegloo gave a lecture on democracy and nonviolence in Iran at the University of GeorgiaPolitical Science, York - NoorThe Red and Black4/15/2014
61B.C. conflict-of-interest rules 'deficient';Prof. Richard LeblancProvincial conflict-of interest rules, which bar heads of Crown corporations from immediately taking similar employment in the private sector, exist eAdministrative StudiesThe Globe and Mail 4/14/2014
62King Township councillor defends absencesProf.Robert MacDermidComments of councillor's 2-1/2-month vacation while council is still in session.Political ScienceKing Connection4/9/2014
63Ecology as Politics: The Origins of EcosocialismProf. Greg Albo , Umair Muhammad,Presentation and analysis of Andre Gorz's Ecology as Politics Political Sciencerabble.ca4/9/2014
64Sunshine list didn't keep salaries in lineProf. Daniel CohnProfessor Cohn discusses the province's annual sunshine list.Public Policy & AdministrationOttawa Sun4/2/2014
65New Chair, Same BossProf. Richard LeblancProfessor Leblanc on Telus's Corps Executive Chair Administrative StudiesThe Globe and Mail4/1/2014
66Banker Suicides on the RiseProf. Richard LeblancProfessor Leblanc explains why he believes management should be accountable for staff suicides.Administrative StudiesFinancial Post3/24/2014
67What’s in it for Volunteer Lobbyists?Prof. Robert MacDermidProfessor MacDermid examines the legality of mayoral candidates working with lobbyists.Political ScienceMetro News3/19/2014
68Political Trash-talking Getting WorseProf. Dennis PilonProfessor Pilon discusses the success politicians have in Political ScienceThe Toronto Star3/18/2014
69Olivia Chow Runs for MayorProf. Robert DrummondProfessor Drummond Rob Ford's chances in mayoral racePolitical ScienceHamilton Spectator3/14/2014
70Support for Reform ActProf. Dennis PilonProfessor Pilon speaks about the Reform Act at a public forum in Brampton.Political ScienceBrampton Guardian3/4/2014
71Pushing for Peace TalksProf. Bruce HicksProfessor Hicks discusses Putin's actions in Ukraine and Obama's reaction.Political ScienceCTV News (Video)3/4/2014
72Nature's PastProf. Sean KherajProfessor Kheraj examines Canada's environmental history in this audio series of interviewsHistoryCanada's History (Audio)2/27/2014
73Behavioural Problems in Children Due to StressProf. Stuart ShankerProfessor Shanker explains that behavioural problems in children are linked to stress and sleep deprivation.PhilosophyAbbotsford News2/27/2014
74The Prescription for ManufacturingProf. Andrew JacksonProfessor Jackson calls for enhanced tax incentives for companies that invest heavily in new equipment.Political ScienceThe Toronto Star2/27/2014
75Professor Uppal's New Play to PremiereProf. Priscila UppalProfessor Uppal discusses her new play EnglishYork Guardian2/27/2014
76Ukrainian Delegation to Kyiv Conservative OnlyProf. Bruce HicksProfessor Hicks points out the mistake of PCs inviting their own MPs to Ukrainian delegation.Political ScienceCanada.com2/26/2014
77How To Get the Best Words from Your ReferencesProf. Mary Jo DucharmeProfessor Ducharme advises job-seekers to get references from those with whom they work closely.Administrative Studies, School of Human Resource ManagementThe Globe and Mail2/25/2014
78Jews Today are Divided, ComplicatedProf. Kalman WeiserProfessor Weiser discusses diversity within the Jewish populationHistoryJewish Tribune2/25/2014
79Honouring Elders on Your Wedding DayProf. Leo DavidsProfessor Davids explains the importance of including older relatives in the marriage ceremony.Department of SociologyWeddingbells2/25/2014
80What's Coming Down the Track?Prof. Ali AsgaryProfessor Asgary discusses the dangers in trasporting hazardous materialsAdministrative StudiesHamilton Community News2/21/2014
81David T. McNab, Professor at York UniversityProf. David T. McNabIn this radio interview, Professor McNab discusses his new book Equity StudiesNation Talk (Audio)2/18/2014
82Let Employees Watch OlympicsProf. Richard LeblancProfessor Leblanc explains the benefits to good employers in allowing their staff to watch the Olympics.Administrative StudiesThe Toronto Star2/18/2014
83Laval, Marie de l’Incarnation Intertwined with Canada’s History Prof. Boyd CothranProfessor CothranHistoryThe Catholic Register2/17/2014
84The Valentine’s Day TreatyProf. Boyd CothranProfessor Cothran examines Elijah Steele's unauthorized peace agreement in 1864.HistoryNew York Times2/14/2014
85Is the PQ Ready to Rumble?Prof. Bruce HicksProfessor Hicks examines the political fallout of the new budget in Quebec.Political ScienceThe Montreal Gazette (Audio)2/12/2014
86Tory Senators Expense Business-Class Flights with SpousesProf. Ian GreeneProfessor Greene discusses the Public Policy & AdministrationCBC News2/12/2014
87Income Gap Study Shows Canadians Troubled By ‘Less Fair’ SocietyDavid Northrup, Director of Survey Research, Prof. Lesley JacobsDavid Northrup reveals his findings on a new surveu indicating Canadians feel society today is Social Science, Institute for Social ResearchThe Toronto Star2/6/2014
88Long-life Laptop Battery the Tech Industry Doesn’t Want You to HaveProf. Mark SchwartzProfessor Schwartz offers advice to Gbatteries for their new technology.Administrative StudiesThe Globe and Mail2/5/2014
89Empire's Ally: Canada and the War in AfghanistanProf. Greg AlboBook review on Professor Alba's new book.Political ScienceOpEd News1/31/2014
90Hudak and His Key Policy Losing SupportProf. David DooreyProfessor Doorey examines Hudak's right-to-work policy.Human Resource ManagementView Magazine1/30/2014
91Canada Needs Sound Fiscal ThinkingProf. Andrew JacksonProfessor Jackson analyzes proposed budget legislation.Political ScienceThe Globe and Mail1/28/2014
92How a Ghanaian Refugee Worked His Way to a NYC Law FirmAlumnus Kwame DouganMr. Dougan addresses the Dean's Circle of Scholars and says that poverty was his movtivation.Political ScienceThe Toronto Star1/27/2014
93Corporate Directors Need Outside VettingProf. Richard LeblancProfessor Leblanc examines the need for outside vetting of corporate directors.Administrative StudiesThe National Post1/27/2014
94The Transition from School to Work Can be Less Stressful Prof. Thomas KlassenProfessor Klassen discusses employment opportunities for new graduates.Political ScienceThe Toronto Star1/24/2014
95Co-operation and Creativity Needed for Pensions and Job TrainingProf. Thomas KlassenProfessor Klassen examines Ontario's new pension plan policy.Political ScienceThe Toronto Star1/24/2014
96Who Made That Tricycle?Prof. Glen NorcliffeProfessor Norcliffe discusses the European origins of the tricycle.GeographyNew York Times1/24/2014
97Rob Ford 'Jamaican Patois' Video Analyzed By ExpertsProfessor Clive ForresterProfessor Forrester translates some of Rob For'd Jamaican language references. Languages Literatures and LinguisticsHuffington Post1/22/2014
98Syriza Succeeds in Greece by Challenging Approach to Reform Prof. Leo PanitchProfessor Panitch discusses the failures of social democratic reform in Europe.Political ScienceThe Real News1/22/2014
99Is Quebec's Values Charter the PQ's Ticket to a Majority?Prof. Bruce HicksProfessor Hicks explains why the charter is attractive to Quebeckers.Political ScienceYahoo News1/21/2014
100The Wealth of CanadiansProf. Andrew JacksonProfessor Jackson discusses the disproportionate amount of wealth in Canada.Political ScienceThe Globe and Mail1/20/2014
101How extra payments could boost our CPP pensionsProf. Thomas KlassenProfessor Klassen explains how to implement direct banking contributions to a CPP account.Political ScienceThe Toronto Star1/19/2014
102Sunshine ListsProf. Richard LeblancProfessor Leblanc discusses the rising salaries of public servants.Administrative StudiesCBC Radio1/15/2014
103China: Slowing Tiger?Prof. Gregory ChinProfessor Chin discusses China's contributions to the global economy.Political ScienceTVO's The Agenda1/15/2014
104Why is Marc Nadon's Appointment So Controversial? Prof. Ian GreeneProfessor Greene explains why Quebeckers will not be happy with Nadon's appointment.Public Policy & AdministrationCTV News1/15/2014
105CBC Doc Looks at Canada’s Search and Rescue SystemProf. Martin ShadwickProfessor Shadwick discusses Canada's search and rescue system in a new CBC documentary.Political ScienceOttawa Citizen1/14/2014
106Harper Conservatives Spending Lots of Time in BC LatelyProf. Dennis PilonProfessor Pilon notes that the Conservative party did well in last election in BCPolitical ScienceNews 1130 Vancouver Radio1/13/2014
107Motherhood LiberationProf. Andrea O'ReillyProfessor O'Reilly says men and women have to share the load in raising children.Gender Sexuality and Women's StudiesWindsor Star1/9/2014
1088-Hour Ground Hold at Pearson AirportProf. Fred LazarProfessor Lazar explains why the Toironto airport imposed an 8-hour ground hold.EconomicsThe Toronto Star1/8/2014
109Tiger Mom's Claims Spark Racial UproarProf. Frances HenryProfessor Henry dismisses research as being fundamentally racist.AnthropologyThe National Post1/7/2014
110When good fences can make bad neighboursProf. Tristan SturmProfessor Sturm comments on the border wall between Mexico and the US.GeographyThe Toronto Star1/6/2014
111Rob Ford files papers for mayoral re-electionProf. Dennis Pilon Professor Pilon thinks Ford's might have a tough road ahead of him.Political ScienceCBC News1/2/2014
112Canadian Airlines Soaring HighProf. Fred LazarProfessor Lazar examines how more favourable fares may be coming for air travel.EconomicsThe Toronto Star1/2/2014
113Pension Woes: Middle Class Faces Greatest RiskProf. Thomas KlassenProfessor Klassen explains how saving money is difficult for Canadians.Public Policy & AdministrationThe Toronto Star1/2/2014