Tag Archives: Queen’s University

Cynthia Levine-Rasky: “Without data, a problem suddenly disappears”

As I work to mobilize support for Bill C-626, my private member’s bill to reinstate the mandatory long-form census, I have been asking Canadians how the elimination of the mandatory long-form census has affected their lives and their work. Dr. … Continue reading

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CIDA Funding for Queen’s Research

On May 10th I attended  a Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) funding announcement for Queen’s University research as part of the Access to Health and Education for all Children and Youth with Disabilities (AHEAD) project. The funding will improve access to health care, education … Continue reading

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Sustainable Transportation – Queens

I had the opporunitity to speak to Urban Planning students at Queen’s University and interested community stakeholders, responding to student presentations on how to improve Via Rail. Students talked about high speed rail, improving the local Via station, and marketing Via Rail to students amongst … Continue reading

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Where will new jobs come from?

On October 24, 2012, I used a slot for member’s statements to congratulate Paul Webster, founder of a new company in Kingston and recipient of a grant from Ontario Centres of Excellence. Here is the text of my member’s statement … Continue reading

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New Queen’s University Lions Club

Ted gives the Canadian Flag to the new charter Lions  Club at Queens University.  Receiving the flag is the newly installed president of the Lions Club Hilary Hung.

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