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Calculated Chaos: Examining the Brilliant Strategy Behind Bed Bath & Beyond 
www.racked.com, February 26, 2015
Comments by consumer psychologist Antonia Mantonakis about how coupons affect the shopping experience.
Ottawa’s diplomatic approach to China naive, says former ambassador 
The Globe and Mail, March 2, 2015
Comments by political scientist Charles Burton about former foreign minister John Baird’s rapport with the Chinese embassy.
Changing Ontario’s sex ed curriculum only a ‘starting point’ 
Toronto Star, February 28, 2015
Interview with professor in the department of applied health sciences James Mandigo about Ontario’s new sex education curriculum.
Write-up of an event hosted by the Brock University African Heritage Recognition Committee.
Flint OHL team should avoid temptation, ignore 'Tropics' 
The Chatham Daily News, February 12, 2015
Interview with marketing and business strategy professor Peter P. Yannopoulos on the Semi-Pro-influenced moniker Flint Tropics.
Still helping women, 90 years later 
Hamilton Spectator, February 12, 2015
Interview with associate dean, research and international initiatives Michelle McGinn about the establishment of the local Canadian Federation of University Women chapter.
Molson Coors vulnerable player within global beer industry, experts say 
Toronto Star, February 11, 2015
Historian Dan Malleck describes how Molson Coors’ drop in revenues could make them ripe for a takeover.
China releases Canadian woman, husband held on spy charge: govt 
Yahoo News, February 5, 2015
Political scientist Charles Burton comments on the Garratts' detention in China.
Coming to Work Sick Is a Disease 
Huffington Post Canada, February 5, 2015
Reference to labour expert Kendra Coulter’s interview with the CBC that are "low-paid ... part-time and erratic in terms of the schedules" are usually the ones who don't receive paid sick days.
CBC.ca | Metro Morning | Retail Employees 
CBC Metro Morning, February 5, 2015
Target stores across the country begin selling off inventory before they close their doors for good. That may seem like a bargain for shoppers, but Target employees are paying for the company's mistakes. Matt Galloway spoke with labour expert Kendra Coulter.
SIEGEL: The downside of double-duty politicians 
St. Catharines Standard, February 4, 2015
Column by political scientist David Siegel.
Foreign banks still find China market 'challenging, complicated' 
Jiang Xueqing (China Daily), February 2, 2015
Reference to research by Goodman School of Business associate professor Brian Metcalfe that foreign banks in China remain optimistic about their prospects.
To err is human. To forgive is complicated. - Research MattersResearch Matters 
yourontarioresearch.ca, Feburary 1, 2015
Excerpts of an interview with psychologist Kathy Belikci on the importance of forgiveness and tips on how to forgive.
Do better job of tracking school violence: Critics , Toronto Sun, February 1, 2015
Comment by Child and Youth Studies researcher Tony Volk that there is nowhere
in North America is there a strong, research, evidence-informed intervention against violence.
Canada: Aroma therapy 
Travel Weekly, January 29, 2015
Description by wine scientist Belinda Kemp on what makes Niagara ideal to grow certain grape varieties.
A play-filled approach to learning 
Niagara This Week, January 29, 2015
Education expert Mary-Louise Vanderlee comments on the value of play-based education experiences.
Don't Walk this Way - How Your Steps Tell Psychopaths who to Attack 
Huffington Post UK, January 22, 2015
Reference to past Brock research on how psychopathic offenders were found to be more likely to mention gait as a reason for their assessment of target vulnerability.
SIEGEL: Council put answer before the problem 
The St. Catharines Standard, January 20, 2015
Commentary by political scientist David Siegel arguing that St. Catharines city council should identify problems that need to be solved, then figure out the best solutions for those problems.