Sept.30 – Brief

It’s Friday September 30th. Good Morning I’m Karim Mosna with your daily news brief. In the news…   Today is National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Locally, Kingston City Council has declared it a civic holiday, to encourage the community to observe the occasion.There will be no garbage, recycling or green bin collection today, Friday’s […]

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Beautiful Failure

While all his friends leave town to go to university, Oliver remains in Kingston and starts a band called “Beautiful Failure.” He doesn’t enjoy attending Queen’s. In January he quits school and starts working at a health food store where he meets Lennon, a trans youth. During the three-year COVID-19 pandemic, Oliver suffers from depression. […]

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Royal, Flushed

We’re back after a self-imposed exile (Jesse forgot the password to the account) and we’re talking all things queen. We start by welcoming the Queen of Silly Voices back to the show, before transitioning to talk about the rise of one queen (Pierre) and the fall of another (Lizzie). Also Chance’s computer exploded a few […]

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2022 BRAZILIAN ELECTIONS: CONTEXT AND PERSPECTIVES AT DEMOCRACY AND DEVELOPMENT CROSSROADS 2022 BRAZILIAN ELECTIONS: CONTEXT AND PERSPECTIVES AT DEMOCRACY AND DEVELOPMENT CROSSROADS

José Marcelo Zacchi / September 22, 2022 In this talk, José Marcelo Zacchi reflects on his years as a lawyer and public manager dedicated to the strengthening of civic space and democratic construction in Brazil. He is currently committed to the creation of Núcleo Sumaúma, a new space for the elaboration and dissemination of civil society agendas […]

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Citizen K-Sept.27

This week on Citizen K, host Karim Mosna speaks with Voltari President Tim Markou about the installation of Canada’s first EV marine supercharger in Kingston. Then Karim covers the global climate strike rally, and finally a conversation with Kingston WritersFest Artistic Director Aara Macauley.    

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Today in YGK Sept 28th 2022

In this episode of Today in YGK, listeners will learn more about this week’s Artist to Watch, local band Kasador.  We also speak with Theresa Couto at Queen’s University about the new bee farm located near Richardson Stadium, while providing local and campus news updates, weather, traffic, sports and events calendar reports.    

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The Scoop September 21st 2022

In today’s headline news, Karim Mosna covers updates from Kingston City Council’s September 20th meeting and features and interview with representatives from KEDCO.  Chris Lawrie also presents a conversation with folks from the Agnes Etherington Art Centre about their fall calendar of events, while Zayden Vergara provides campus news updates.  Dinah Jansen and Alexandra Fernandes […]

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Paula Muis (Health Professions Education) – Interprofessional experiential education of post-secondary public health learners: a scoping review protocol.

Interprofessional education (IPE) activities have occurred in health education institutions in over 40 countries worldwide (Herath et al., 2017). The World Health Organization (2010) defines interprofessional education as students from two or more professions learn about, from, and with each other to enable effective collaboration and improve health outcomes. For upcoming interviews check out the […]

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