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Citizen K-July 5

This week on Citizen K, host Karim Mosna covers the launch of the first commercially available electric boat in Canada, then information on free art classes through the Marine Museum of The Great Lakes and the Queen’s Gaels Women’s Rugby team will be facing two U.S. National teams later this month.  

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Citizen K-June 22

This week on Citizen K, host Karim Mosna covers first, Queen’s PHD student collaboration with Ottawa based ABLE2 to recruit and retain volunteers, followed by coverage of National Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebrations including the grand opening of Tipi Moza’s new transitional housing unit, and finally coverage of the Newcomer Youth event this Saturday at Kingston […]

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Citizen K-June 14

This week on Citizen K, in the first segment, host Karim Mosna looks at a project where students from the Smith School of Business Executive Master’s of Business Administration (EMBA) program give back to the local community by building bicycles in a YMCA partnership. Mosna also provides details on a food pilot project from local […]

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Citizen K-June 7

This week on Citizen K, Karim Mosna sits down with CBC Radio’s Shelagh Rogers to look back on her start in broadcasting here at CFRC, and her thoughts on campus and community radio today. Karim also explores a new exhibit at The Tett Centre celebrating education in Nigeria, and he speaks with Islamic Society of […]

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Citizen K-May 31

On this week’s Citizen K, Karim Mosna chats with each of the local candidates about the key issues they hope to tackle right away. Then he chats with Dajana Turkovic, an analyst working on the Workforce Development and In-Migration Strategy to learn more about current challenges in recruiting and retaining workers.    

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Citizen K – May 24

In this episode of Citizen K, Ontario Nurses’ Association President Cathryn Hoy responds to local candidates’ comments on healthcare, and provides context on Bill 124. We¬†also spoke with Wendy Vuyk from Kingston Community Health Centres about the Kingston Speaks Inclusion Project, which surveys local residents about their interactions with police in areas including equity, inclusivity […]

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YGK News & Views, May 17th 2022

In this pilot episode, host Karim Mosna first explores the special City of Kingston Council meeting on May 12th 2022 regarding the Belle Park encampment and Council’s decision to ‘pause’ eviction of homeless individuals residing in the space. In the next segment, Lisa Kerr, Assistant Professor of Criminal Law at Queen’s University shares insights on […]

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