Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.
Hockey Canada is taking a positive step, but now the hard part begins: Assistant Professor of Sport Management Taylor McKee spoke to Yahoo! Sports, Newstalk 610 CKTB and CBC News Network, on the resignation of Hockey Canada’s board and the necessary next steps in the wake of ongoing scandals within the organization. McKee also advocated for the board’s resignation during an earlier appearance on the CBC News Network’s Canada Tonight program.
Ontario winemakers seek solutions to extreme weather threats: Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences and Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute Researcher Jim Willwerth discussed extreme weather and other threats facing Ontario wine producers in a Canadian Press article that appeared on CTV and other media outlets.
Dozens turn up at Nova Scotia beaches to take a chilly ocean dip: Kinesiology professor Stephen Cheung spoke to CBC about the benefits and potential risks of cold water swimming.
Employee privacy concerns when Act 88 was passed: Assistant Professor of Labor Studies Paul Gray spoke St. Catharine Standard on the need to improve legislation to provide limits on how companies monitor their employees’ actions and data in the workplace.
St. Catharine’s University students from the past two years finally get their live reunion: Brock’s legacy convocation ceremonies, which welcomed the classes of 2020 and 2021 back to the university to celebrate together, were the subject of an Insauga article.
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