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“Emergency to Emergency”: Supporting Street Health through Song

Brittany Couto, Manager-Street Health Centre and Greg Tilson, local artist, arts organizer and co-founder/composer for Kingston band, The Gertrudes join us in this special episode of The Scoop. On December 11th 2020, The Gertrudes released a new single titled “Emergency to Emergency” in advance of their long-anticipated fourth studio release.  The single, available on bandcamp […]

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The Scoop – Everyday City #2: Interview with MPP Ian Arthur and Katrina Furlanetto about changes to the Conservation Authorities Act

In this segment of The Scoop we are talking to our local MPP Ian Arthur and General Manager of Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority, Katrina Furlanetto. We will discuss the impact of changes coming to conservation authorities as a result of Bill 229 that passed last week at Queen’s Park.

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Time, Change, and University Life

20 November 2020  As our relations to time shift in the coronavirus crisis, this Fireplace Series conversation aims to spark interdisciplinary thought about the temporality of university life and its relationship to what appears to be sudden change. Queen’s University’s Elizabeth Hanson (English, FAS) and Elspeth Murray (Smith School of Business) meet for an impromptu […]

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Today in YGK – Bill 216, Celestial Occurences

In this week’s segment of Today in YGK, Alexandra sits down with Sarah Keyes and Dr. Rupa Patel of the KFL&A Food Policy Council to discuss the passing of Bill 216 in the Ontario Education Act that transforms experiential food literacy learning in the provincial curriculum. Additionally, we feature an interview with Queen’s University Astrophysics […]

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Daily News – Wed. December 16 2020

Here’s your CFRC Daily News Brief for Wednesday, December 16 2020! A COVID-19 update; we had 15 new cases yesterday bringing our active case count to 99 cases In the Kingston Frontenac and Lennox and Addington Health Region.  Yesterday, in Ottawa, the first COVID-19 vaccine was distributed to some long-term care workers. They are expecting […]

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Bailey Brant, MS Candidate, Neuroscience, supervised by Dr Stephen Vanner & Dr Alan Lomax

Topic: Diet, Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Pain Overview:  My research looks at how a popular food additive, monosodium glutamate (MSG), can cause pain in a pre-clinical model of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). The goal is to provide a neuronal mechanism that underlies MSG’s ability to trigger pain in this patient group.

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Michelle Kasaboski Takes her ‘Shot’

Local jazz and adult contemporary singer-songwriter, Michelle Kasaboski joins us for this special holiday episode of The Scoop!  Michelle chats about her participation in The Shot: Remastered, a national contest she recently won.  We are also treated to the lovely music she used to audition with and compete in the competition in addition to an […]

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