August 10-Brief

It’s Wednesday August 10th. Good Morning I’m Karim Mosna with your daily news brief. In the news…   Premier Doug Ford’s throne speech as well as the budget proposed a 5% increase for the Ontario Disability Support Program payments. Kingston and The Islands MPP Ted Hsu says “The small size of the increase when compared […]

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Citizen K-August 9

This week on Citizen K, host Karim Mosna covers two inaugural Queens’ camps bringing youth from across the province to campus for hands-on learning experiences in engineering. The camps include: Black Youth in STEM and Queen’s Summer Engineering Academy for Girls.    

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The Scoop – August 8

This week on The Scoop, Karim focuses on new developments with Patry’s Davis Tannery proposal, followed by a major federal funding announcement for The Kingston East Community Centre. Then Chris shares an interview with the associate producer of The Kick and Push Festival, James Hyett.    

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August 8-News Brief

It’s Monday August 8th. Good Morning I’m Karim Mosna with your daily news brief. We are still under a heat warning, Showers and thunderstorms and humid today high 29, feeling closer to 39 with the humidex. Cooling off for tomorrow. In the news…   The Wolfe Island Ferry service ran off schedule yesterday, after avoiding […]

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August 4 – News Brief

It’s Thursday August 4th. Good Morning I’m Karim Mosna with your daily news brief. In the news…   A resounding 96% vote from Hospitality and Food Services staff at Queen’s University’s Donald Gordon Hotel and Conference Centre was recently triggered by pay gaps between Donald Gordon employees and those doing the same jobs on main […]

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The Kingston Grand Theatre 2022 Artists-in-Residence: Jan Le Clair

In this episode, host Christena Lawrie chats with another local artist-in-residence at The Kingston Grand Theatre this summer. Jan Le Clair performed in the Regina Rosen auditorium from July 4-8th along with her fellow members of folk trio Aster Fire. She gets into how the accordian became her mainstay, her experience throughout the residency, and […]

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Citizen K-August 2

This week on Citizen K, host Karim Mosna first speaks with Xinyu Sun (PhD candidate, Biology) to learn how heatwaves are affecting lakes, then Mosna interviews Queen’s Professor of Medicine, Dr. Stephen Vanner to learn about a new discovery of a gut bacterial ‘super-producer’ of histamine that causes pain flare-ups for some patients with irritable […]

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