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Global News Morning Kingston: Queen’s University Students help break barriers for individuals who identify with a disability SKHS Student, Grace Robinson, was interviewed by Global News Morning Kingston to discuss this year’s Winter Adapted Games. The Winter Adapted Games (WAG) is a fun-filled day of non-competitive sports, games, and activities for people from the Kingston...
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Headshot of Dr. Elaine Power
Dr. Elaine Power speaks with CTV News about food insecurity, food bank shortages, and what a basic income could do to help alleviate the current cost of living crisis. Watch the news clip, here: Canadians struggling to afford basic needs (ctvnews.ca)
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Elaine Power, PhD
    The use of food banks has skyrocketed — Dr. Elaine Power addresses what Canada needs to do in the long-term to solve this crisis of food insecurity, and shares tips for individuals who want to make a difference in the meantime. Listen to Dr. Power’s conversation with Vinita Srivastava, here: https://theconversation.com/dear-politicians-to-solve-our-food-bank-crisis-curb-corporate-greed-and-implement-a-basic-income-219086
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Amy Latimer
Breaking down barriers: Queen’s researchers Amy Latimer-Cheung (Kinesiology and Health Studies) and Heather Aldersey (Rehabilitation Therapy) are working to enhance equity and inclusion for individuals with disabilities. With $4 million in funding secured from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Partnership Grant program, their projects address barriers faced by nearly 25 per cent of Canadians. Dr. Latimer-Cheung is...
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