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The Scoop-May 10th

Karim Mosna covered Science Rendezvous Kingston where he spoke with founder Dr. Lynda Colgan, as well as several student and faculty representatives from various Queen’s departments including: Mechanical Engineering, Space Engineering and Psychology. He also sat down with Janice Hill, the Associate Vice-Principal of Indigenous Initiatives and Reconciliation at Queens to talk about Red Dress […]

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Principal Deane on New Task Force to Address Large Unsanctioned Gatherings

On Tuesday February 15th 2022, Queen’s University Principal and Vice-Chancellor Patrick Deane announced the formation of a task force that will see university and local community partners work together to find new approaches to address large unsanctioned gatherings in the University District.   In this episode, Principal Deane joins CFRC to discuss Kingston community and stakeholder […]

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The Freedom Convoy Stalemate

As of February 4th, 2022 with Freedom Convoy organizers vowing to stay in Ottawa, and more people scheduled to roll into town to join the demonstration, some leaders are calling for increased measures-including calling in the Canadian Armed Forces to protect the neighbourhoods and residents. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said using the military to […]

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Matt Salton on Reelout 2022!

Matt Salton, Executive Director of the Reelout Queer Film Festival joins us in this episode to chat about this year’s festival!  Reelout, celebrating its 23rd year of independent queer cinematic presentation, features many great films and shorts across genres that will be easily accessible online.  Matt chats about this year’s theme, “International Points of View”, […]

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