Features & Profiles:
- Global News (Jan. 30, 2021): ‘We’re done’: Navalny draws younger protesters in Russia, signalling trouble for Putin – Fellow Prof. Aurel Braun explains
- Globe & Mail (Jan. 27, 2021: paywall): GameStop shares rally for another day, as total volume exceeds number of tradeable shares – Fellow Prof. Laurence Booth explains
- New York Times (Jan. 22, 2021: paywall): Fresh Starts at the Top in Both Washington and Ottawa – Fellow Prof. Robert Bothwell weighs in
- New York Times (Jan. 21, 2021: paywall): Fellow Prof. Robert Bothwell comments on Canada’s Governor General Resigns Amid Reports of a Toxic Workplace
- CTV News (Jan. 19, 2021): Fellow Prof. John Kirton discusses Joe Biden’s global influence: Does ‘leader of the free world’ still accurately describe the U.S. president?
- Q107 (Jan. 19, 2021): Delaying second dose of coronavirus vaccines is ‘risky gamble’ – Fellow Prof. Alberto Martin explains
- CBC (Jan. 9, 2021): Fellow Prof. Nick Mount explains Why the classic Canadian novel Bear remains controversial — and relevant
- Toronto Star (Jan. 7, 2021: paywall): Ethics, Society & Law Instructor Cory Wanless is one of the lawyers representing Choc and Chub: Ex-security chief for subsidiary of Hudbay Minerals pleads guilty to killing, paralyzing Indigenous Guatemalans
- Physics Today (Jan. 1, 2021): Canada’s nuclear future brightens – Fellow Prof. Robert Bothwell weighs in
Academic & Research:
COVID-19: Fellow Prof. immunologist Jennifer Gommerman discusses immunity and antibody response:
COVID-19: Alum and Associate of the College Prof. Colin Furness, an infection-control epidemiologist, discusses the pandemic:
- CBC: Metro Morning (Jan. 29, 2021): Double masking and other face-covering questions (audio)
- Global News (Jan. 29, 2021): ‘I’m not afraid of COVID’: Why some Canadians choose to travel abroad amid a pandemic
- Global News (Jan. 28, 2021): ‘Better velcro’: Why does the U.K. coronavirus variant spread more easily? and Coronavirus: 6.3M travellers entered Canada and didn’t have to quarantine
- Toronto Star (Jan. 26, 2021: paywall): To shave or not to shave: How do beards impact the effectiveness of face masks?
- Toronto Star (Jan. 25, 2021: paywall): With COVID-19 cases trending down in Ontario, small businesses ask for a plan to begin loosening restrictions
- Global News (Jan. 24, 2021): The U.S. is vaccinating nearly 1M people per day. How does Canada compare?
- Toronto Star (Jan. 23, 2021: paywall): Modelling shows chance of close to 4,000 COVID-19 cases a day by April if new variant of virus takes hold
- Global News (Jan. 22, 2021): Coronavirus: Questions swirl around what’s needed to achieve herd immunity
- Orillia Matters (Jan. 21, 2021: CP): Testing, sick leave, enforcement needed to slow workplace spread in Ontario: experts
- Toronto Star (Jan. 18, 2021: paywall): ‘There should not be a dip on weekends’: Ontario once again reports weekend vaccination slowdown
- Global News (Jan. 15, 2021): U.K. variant of COVID-19 likely already in Windsor, Ont., hospital chief of staff says; Experts say ‘band-aid solutions’ won’t deal with the source; and The ethics of vaccine rollout: Who should be in Alberta’s Phase 2?
- Globe & Mail (Jan. 11, 2021): Canadian universities, colleges urge extra precautions as students prepare to return
- Toronto.com (Jan. 9, 2021): Experts say airlines shouldn’t be allowed to promote flying while the government begs people to stay home
- Global News (Jan. 7, 2021): Passengers on 20 flights from popular vacation destinations potentially exposed to COVID-19; and Israel is leading the world in COVID-19 vaccine rollout. Here’s what Canada can learn
- CP24 (Jan. 5, 2021): Risk of outdoor COVID-19 transmission is higher in the winter: epidemiologist
- Global News (Jan. 5, 2021): ‘Stupidity’: Experts slam politicians’ travel amid coronavirus pandemic; and Coronavirus messaging hurt by ‘stupidity’ of travelling politicians, experts worry
- CBC News (Jan. 4, 2021): Indoor social gatherings are Ottawa’s COVID-19 ‘Achilles heel’
- Toronto Star (Jan. 1, 2021): These numbers reveal a worrying trend in Ontario long-term-care home deaths