Brock media clips for Friday, December 17 – the Brock News

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Here’s a look at the media attention Brock University has received recently.

Brock University cancels in-person exams; winter term to start virtually: The announcement that all in-person exams at Brock University would be canceled or moved to other delivery methods, and that winter term classes will begin virtually, was featured in articles in the St. Catharines Standard and Newstalk 610 CKTB.

Marineland accused of using dolphins, whales for entertainment without a license: Associate professor of social studies Kendra Coulter was quoted by CBC News in an article about charges against Marineland regarding the use of whales and dolphins for entertainment without proper authorization.

The Scotiabank Arena food and drink ban may be best for public health, but not so much for the pockets of MLSE: Assistant Professor of Sports Management Michael Naraine spoke with The Toronto Star on the potential financial impact of a ban on eating and drinking at Canadian sports venues due to increased security measures related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Naraine also discussed 2021 Gray Cup viewing figures in an interview with Newstalk 610 CKTB.

Potholes: The uneven distribution of cannabis stores is a challenge for the industry: Associate Operations Research Professor Michael Armstrong discussed the issues impacting the distribution of legal cannabis stores in a Canadian Press article that was featured on CTV News as well as nearly 200 other news outlets across Canada.

Municipal-Indigenous relations in Niagara, Hamilton and Brantford: Assistant Political Science Professor Joanne Heritz spoke to YourTV Niagara about ways to better recognize and engage the Indigenous peoples of Niagara.

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