The Scoop: May 3

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In this segment of The Scoop, we spoke with Ross Sutherland, Co-chair of the Kingston Health Coalition, who discussed just some upcoming opportunities to learn more about non-profit healthcare and recent developments surrounding healthcare privatization in Ontario. This episode also features interview highlights with local artists and organizers, including Chris Morris of HomeGrown Live and […]

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The Scoop: March 29 2023

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In this segment of The Scoop, we discuss the homeless encampment and trespass notices that are being given at the Belle Park and Integrated Care Hub area, and inform residents of the emergency and drop in shelters that are available in Kingston. We also talk about Sounding Board, an interactive and travelling art installation in […]

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The Scoop: March 8 2023

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This week’s The Scoop features several interviews. First, we chat with Vice-Principal of Advancement, Karen Bertrand about two recent announcements that Queen’s University has made; Queen’s University partnering with the Weeneebayko Area Health Authority (WAHA) to co-develop a program for training health professionals living along the western James Bay coast, and a $30-million gift that […]

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The Scoop: Mar 1 2023

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This week on The Scoop, we chat about the Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF) starting this Thursday, March 2. Alex sits down with Neil Acharya, co-producer and co-writer of a Drop the Needle, a documentary about Play Da Record store in Toronto. We also discuss weather and traffic reports, as well as events coming up […]

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The Scoop: Feb 15 2023

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In this segment of The Scoop, we give you the rundown of what’s going on in Kingston. We talk about the Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser taking place on Feb 25th. We also go over what will be closed this coming long weekend to celebrate Family Day on Mon, Feb 20th.

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The Scoop: Feb 8 2023

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In this segment of The Scoop, we give you the rundown of Kingston’s Community Climate Action fund and what programmes are looking to be developed in the next few years. Christena sits down with Barb Lotan, Queen’s Sexual Violence Prevention and Response coordinator, to talk about the services that the Sexual Violence Prevention and Response […]

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The Scoop February 1st 2023

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Join us today at 5 PM for The Scoop for local news coverage. Today, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Alexandra Fernandes covers KHSC’s closure of the COVID-19 Assessment Centre as of February 24th. Christena Lawrie also sits down with Marie-Pier Pitre-D’Iorio, Lead Clinician & Founder of The Balanced Practice, to talk about Eating Disorder Awareness Week. […]

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The Scoop: Jan 25, 2023

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In this segment of The Scoop, Alex sits down with members of Queen’s Hillel to discuss Holocaust Education Week and what events are currently going on around campus for students to educate themselves further on the Holocaust.

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The Scoop: Jan 18 2023

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In this segment of The Scoop, we discuss Kingston city council’s decision to put a bid in to hose the 2024 Memorial Cup and what that means for the economy and finances of the city. We also discuss an impact assessment put forward regarding the Tannery Developments in the Kingston area.

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The Scoop January 11th 2023

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In this segment of The Scoop, we briefly recap the Kingston City Council meeting and discuss the eviction moratorium on the homeless encampments in the Belle Park area. We also talk about the Cezanne’s Closet preview exhibition that opens on Jan 17th at Union Gallery.  

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The Scoop: Jan 4

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In this segment of The Scoop, we sit down with Myra Hird to discuss the new single use plastic ban that has taken effect in Canada as of 2023.

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The Scoop: Dec 21 2022

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In this segment of The Scoop, we give you the local news rundown of what will be closed during the holiday season in Kingston. We also chat with Rachel Mathies of Pan Chancho Bakery to talk about the cafe cookbook out now! Christena, our community outreach coordinator talks about the sounding board exhibition moving on […]

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The Scoop: Nov 30th 2022

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In this segment of The Scoop, CFRC’s news team brings you interviews and updates about the going ons of Kingston. We feature Mark Gerretsen directly from the HoC speaking about local announcements, as well as a segment about the Museum of Healthcare. We also update you on weather, traffic, and events for Kingston this week.

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The Scoop Nov 16 2022

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In this episode, we cover Transforming Good Systems By 2045 at City Hall, the North of 401 Electoral Boundary Proposed Changes, the Marine Museum’s fundraiser alongside campus news, sports, weather, traffic and events calendar reports.

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The Scoop: Nov 2 2022

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In this episode of The Scoop, our news team brings you all the information you need to know! Karim interviews Economics Professor Mr. Gregor Smith about interest rate hikes and inflation. Chancelor also sits down with John Rose to discuss the newly established Kingston History project. We give you the update on sports going on […]

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The Scoop Oct 26 2022

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In this episode of The Scoop, we provide the rundown of the City of Kingston’s recent municipal elections and the who’s who in City Council, information about Kingston’s Basketeers, what’s coming up for Gaels Football this weekend and what to expect over Homecoming at Queen’s.

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The Scoop: Oct 12 2022

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In this segment of The Scoop, Karim Mosna sits down with mayoral candidate, Tina Fraser for an interview. We also chat with Modern Fuel Executive Director, Kait Allen about the 45th anniversary. Our news team also provides weather, traffic, and events updates.

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The Scoop: Oct 5

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The Scoop Sept 28th

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In this episode, we provide campus and local news headlines,  feature discussions with Joe’s MILL and a student entrepreneur about their new business, alongside  sports and local weather and events calendar updates.    

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The Scoop September 21st 2022

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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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The Scoop – September 12

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This week on The Scoop, host Karim Mosna has coverage of Kingston City Council’s rejection of Patry’s condo development proposal, followed by an inside look at The Kingston and Region Community Training Farm project.  

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The Scoop – September 5

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The Family Physician Recruitment Incentive Program has brought nine new doctors to Kingston. To learn more about the program, Karim Mosna speaks with Director of Strategy Innovation and Partnerships with The City of Kingston Craig Desjardins and Health Consultant Debra Lefebvre. Then, Karim speaks with Executive Director of SNOLAB Dr. Jodi Cooley about the $100 […]

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The Scoop – August 29

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This week on The Scoop, Karim speaks with Mayor Bryan Paterson about recent developments in affordable housing, then with the upcoming Multiple Myeloma March on September 11th, Karim speaks with Hematologist with Kingston Health Sciences Centre, and Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at Queen’s University Dr. Troy Climans about multiple myeloma. Finally, Chris […]

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The Scoop-August 22

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This week on The Scoop, Karim speaks with Dr. Erna Snelgrove-Clarke, vice dean of Health Sciences and director of the School of Nursing at Queen’s University about the Ontario government’s plan to tackle the health sector crisis, then Snelgrove-Clarke reveals a strategy that Queen’s faculty has in the works to address local emergency room overflow.

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The Scoop-August 15

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This week on The Scoop, Karim provides a review of Kingston City Council’s August 9th meeting, then Chris continues her coverage of the Kick and Push festival.    

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The Scoop – August 8

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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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The Scoop – August 1

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This week on The Scoop, Karim speaks with the former Interim Executive Director of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and a Distinguished Fellow in the School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University Bob Watts regarding Pope Francis’ historic apology this week. Next, Chris gets into what is happening in the local arts scene, including new […]

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The Scoop-July 25

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This week on The Scoop, join Karim and Chris for Local News updates including discussion on Queen’s University’s launch of a new fellowship program in social impact, as well as another story about mysterious projection artists at Richardson Beach.    

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The Scoop-July 18

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With inflation at a record high since the 1980s, the Bank of Canada has raised the interest rate to 2.5 per cent, the highest it’s been since 1998. Assistant Professor, Continuing Adjunct at the School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University Eugene Lang joins host Karim Mosna to share some insight.    

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July 11 – The Scoop

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On this episode of The Scoop, Karim Mosna shares details on the recent final report Queen’s released regarding Indigenous identity and Kanonhsyonne Janice Hill, Associate Vice Principle of Indigenous Initiatives and Reconciliation at Queen’s University, shares her perspective. Christena Lawrie covers the influx of new exhibitions coming to local galleries, the second unexplained projected art piece spotted […]

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Roe v Wade: The Constitutional Impacts of June 24th

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On June 24th 2022, the US Supreme Court overruled its nearly 50-year-old landmark precedent case of Roe v Wade, the 1973 case that legalized abortion in America. In this special episode of The Scoop, we are joined by Professor Nick Bala from the Faculty of Law, Dr. Paul Gardner of the Department of History and […]

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The Scoop-July 4

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This week on The Scoop, join CFRC Broadcast Journalist Karim Mosna, and Arts News Coordinator Christena Lawrie. Karim will share details from the recent special council meeting on the encampment protocol. Christena will feature interviews from the local arts community including coverage of Artfest.    

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CATALYST Summit 2022: Psychedelic Medicine Conference at Queen’s

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In this segment, Alex sits down with David Harder, Founder and Co-CEO at Atma Journey Centers to discuss the Psychedelic Medicine Global Conference taking place at Queen’s University from May 20-22 2022. Learn more about the conference and what to expect. Buy your tickets by clicking here!

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The Scoop-May 10th

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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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Advertising in Political Campaigns with Jonathan Rose and Tim Abray

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The 2022 Ontario general election will be held on June 2, 2022, to elect Members of the Provincial Parliament to serve among the 124 seats in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. In the meantime, candidates across the province have begun campaigning in their respective ridings for their respective parties and their doing so in a […]

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Bank of Canada Interest Rate Hikes with Don Drummond

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On Wednesday April 13th, the Bank of Canada announced that it would raise the benchmark interest rate to 1 percent, meaning it has risen by half a percentage point.  The Bank of Canada’s interest rate impacts Canadians and businesses because it influences the rates paid and received on savings accounts, mortgages, GICs, etc. With Canada […]

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Interview with PSAC 901 President

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In this segment of The Scoop, Taylor is joined once again by PSAC 901 president Astrid Hobill to talk the union’s strike mandate vote outcome, and the subsequent agreement reached with Queen’s.

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PSAC 901 Strike Mandate

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In this segment, Taylor sits down with PSAC 901 President, Astrid Hobill, to discuss the strike mandate taking place on February 14th 2022, which turned out to be a successful strike mandate vote.

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Principal Deane on New Task Force to Address Large Unsanctioned Gatherings

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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

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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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Inflation & Impending Bank of Canada Rate Hikes

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On January 26th, in spite of much speculation that the Bank of Canada would be hiking interest rates, the Bank instead held the overnight rate at its current .25 percent. Like other central banks globally, the bank of Canada slashed its core lending rate  in March 2020 at the beginning of the COVID 19 pandemic, […]

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Portable MRI Brought to Remote Communities in Canada’s North

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On January 14th, 2022 Queen’s University announced a new study, being led by Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC) and Queen’s that is looking to find answers to the question of access to urgent medical care equipment in remote communities through the use of a portable MRI, a brand new technology now available in Canada. Developed […]

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Matt Salton on Reelout 2022!

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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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‘No Vax, Pay Tax’: Dr. Udo Schuklenk on Quebec’s Plans to tax the unvaccinated

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On Tuesday January 11th, Quebec announced plans to impose a health tax on residents who refuse to get the Covid-19 vaccination for non-medical reasons as a new wave of the coronavirus overwhelms the province. Premier François Legault announced the new “contribution” for the unvaccinated on Tuesday, as the province reported 62 new deaths, bringing the […]

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On Site at the Climate Rally (Dec 2)

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In this segment of The Scoop, Taylor Welsh chats with the organizers of Kingston Youth Climate Action and attendees of the Climate Emergency: Plan Like It! Campaign Kick-Off Rally!

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Yara Hussein on Sexual Violence and Resources at Queen’s

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In this segment of the Scoop, Prerna sits down  with Yara Hussein, Equity Commissioner ASUS to discuss recent happenings at HOCO at Queen’s, resources for sexual violence on campus and possible steps for Queen’s to take to enact concrete change on campus!

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Get to know More about Gender Affirmation Assistance Project!

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Prerna sits down with Jane Mao who spearheads GAAP to discuss the project’s bursary options, resources needed for Gender Affirmation and the need for Gender Affirmation assistance at Queen’s University.

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New Research on Social Isolation and Though Patterns with Dr. Jonathan Smallwood

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Professor Jonathan Smallwood from the Department of Psychology here at Queen’s University joins us in this segment.  He was recently involved in a research study with several British Universities on the impact of prolonged social isolation and changes to work opportunities on people’s thought patterns.  Like Canada, the first UK lockdown caused huge disruption to […]

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After the War: A New Concert by Cantabile Choirs

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In this episode of The Scoop, we are joined by Geoffrey Sirett, Artistic Director & General Manager of Cantabile Choirs of Kingston.  He sheds light on the exciting new in-person concert, After the War taking place November 6th & 7th at The Spire in Kingston while sharing much about his own time with Cantabile and […]

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Interview with Dr Ali Na on Squid Game

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In this segment, we sit with Professor Ali Na from Film and Media Department to discuss Squid Game and situate it in the context of late capitalism, South Korean Cultural Industry and History.

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Interview with Dr. Wood about Sexual Health on University Campuses

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In this segment, we sit down with Dr. Jessica Wood, a research specialist and sexual health expert at the Sex Information and Education Council of Canada (SIECCAN), to discuss questions and issues pertaining to consent, safer sex and contraception, as well as sexual health in the time of a pandemic.

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Murakami Wood on Frances Haugen and the Beginning of the End of Surveillance Capitalism

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“With every prominent whistleblower and every firing of those who speak out, we are getting closer to the beginning of the end for ‘surveillance capitalism’,” says Dr. David Murakami Wood (Associate Professor, Sociology and Director of the Surveillance Studies Centre at Queen’s University).  Surveillance capitalism is “the model that has driven the rise of platform […]

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With federal elections in Canada fast approaching Queen’s University Professor and Chair of Political Studies, Dr. Jonathan Rose joins us in this segment to chat about leadership debates and their value in election cycles.  

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Almost Home + YGK Thrift!

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In this segment, Alexandra sits down with Sam Macleod, Fund Development Manager of Almost Home Kingston and Liz Suurd, Manager of YGK Thrift, a store who’s proceeds go to Almost Home! Check them out on Instagram @almosthomekingston and @ygk_thrift for all updates!

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Dr. John Smol on the UN’s Report on the Climate Crisis

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In this segment, Alexandra sits down with Dr. John Smol of Queen’s University to discuss the UN’s report on the climate crisis that was published on August 9th.

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Principal Patrick Deane on Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccinations for those Returning to Campus

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In this segment of The Scoop, Dinah sits down with Queen’s University Principal Patrick Deane to discuss the university’s decision in making COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for all students, faculty, and staff returning to campus for the fall.

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Levana Gender Advocacy Centre and GAAP

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In this segment, we chat with Danny McLaren and Jenna Huys about the Levana Gender Advocacy Centre, the new Gender Affirming Assistance Project and the services and volunteer opportunities available to students and community members alike.

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Interview with Sarah Smith

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In this segment of The Scoop, Prerna sits down with Queen’s University graduate student from Gender Studies for the Mental Health on Campus for Graduate Employees.

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Interview with Dr. Murakami Wood about Pegasus Spyware

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In this segment, Alexandra sits down with Dr. David Murakami Wood of Queen’s University (Sociology) to discuss the recent news of NSO group’s international spyware targeting Indian activists, politicians and journalists. They also discuss how software like this infringes on human democratic rights.

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Interview with Mark Walters, Dean of Law, on Canada’s First Indigenous Governor General

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In this segment of The Scoop, Sadie sits down with the Queen’s University Dean of Law, Mark Walters, to discuss the appointment of Mary Simon as the first Indigenous Governor General of Canada.

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“We Are Golden” – TV Docuseries Highlights Queen’s Football Past

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In this segment of The Scoop, Alexandra sits down with Anthony Agostino of VIVA Productions to discuss the new TV docuseries titled “We Are Golden” that highlights the Queen’s Football past from the years of 1915-1934. Learn more about the series and how to watch it by tuning into this episode.

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New Vision and Strategies for KFL&A’s Maltby Centre

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In this episode of The Scoop, Karen Fleming, Executive Director of the Maltby Centre joins us.  From her, we learn about the mental health and autism services Maltby Centre provides children and youth in the KFL&A and learn more about the Centre’s new vision and ambitious new three year strategic plan.

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Laurence Ashworth on the Power of Celebrities in Product Endorsement

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In this segment, Laurence Ashworth of the Smith School of Business joins us to discuss implications of Portuguese footballer Christian Ronaldo’s removal of Coca-Cola bottles from a European Championship press conference table for the tournament sponsor’s market value and on the power of celebrity in product endorsement and consumer behaviour.

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Indigenous Protest at City Park

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In this segment of The Scoop, Prerna sits down with a member of the Indigenous community and an ally to discuss the on-going sit in at City Park in regards to the Sir John A. Macdonald statue.

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Interview with Dr. Tess Clifford on Doug Ford’s Decision to Not Re-open Schools

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In this segment of The Scoop, we sit down again with Dr. Tess Clifford to discuss Doug Ford’s announcement on Wednesday, June 2nd that schools in Ontario would not be re-opening and why this is a difficult decision and reaction for many in the province.

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Dr. Rupa and Dr. Tess on the Need to Reopen Schools for Youth Well-Being

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In this segment of The Scoop, Alexandra sits down with Dr. Rupa Patel and Dr. Tess Clifford to discuss the need to reopen school for mental and physical well-being for students. A petition circled around asking the Ontario Government to consider a regional approach which we discuss.

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Ariel Salzmann Discusses the Escalating Tensions in the Middle East

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In this segment of The Scoop, we sit down with Ariel Salzmann, associate professor at Queen’s University to discuss the tensions that are currently taking place in the Middle-East. N.B. Ariel Salzmann would like to bring reference to the Holocaust. Although this is part of the general Jewish orientation, it is also a generational thing. […]

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Wishing Trees Art Exhibition

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In this segment of The Scoop, we sit down with Dr. Canan Altinkas to discuss her Wishing Trees art exhibition at the Kingston School of Art Window Gallery located at 647a Princess Street, Kingston ON. As well, learn more about news updates from the City of Kingston.

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