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Media Talk: Walkerton tragedy fallout: strict water rules that put public safety first

Media Talk: Walkerton tragedy fallout: strict water rules that put public safety first

Economics professor Diane Dupont was quoted in the May 22 Winnipeg Free Press article “Walkerton tragedy fallout: strict water rules that put public safety first.”

Media Talk: We need to value and conserve water

Media Talk: We need to value and conserve water

Steven Renzitti, professor of Economics, co-authored the editorial “We need to value and conserve water,” which ran in the Vancouver Sun on May 18.

Media Talk: Debating the sense of a 75-cent increase

Media Talk: Debating the sense of a 75-cent increase

Felice Martinello, professor of Economics, was quoted in the St. Catharines Standard story “Debating the sense of a 75-cent increase” on April 1. Martinello is quoted as saying that with minimum wage rising, over time there may be less work for groups of workers affected by those wages, or employers may demand more from their [...]

Canadian cities spared Christmas tree downsizing

Canadian cities spared Christmas tree downsizing

Joseph Kushner, professor of Economics, is quoted in the Dec. 10 National Post article Canadian cities spared Christmas tree downsizing, about American towns trimming their Christmas decorating budgets. In the article, he said public Christmas trees are a cherished tradition in Canada that won’t easily be threatened by funding cuts.

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