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MRU media makers: 05/17/2016

Students/Experts/Alum in the News
1.) How communications changed from 2013 floods to this year’s wildfire: (Calgary Herald — David Taras, professor)
2.) Fort McMurray wildfire caught one family off-guard, but they stay positive after losing home : (Calgary Journal — Bryan Weismiller, staff)
Other notable mentions
1.) Five things CEMA chief says about Calgary’s response to Fort McMurray wildfire: (Herald) & (CBC)
2.) Calgary man believed he was killing ‘Medusas, werewolves,’ stabbing trial hears: (The Canadian Press — Kaitlin Perras, student) & (The Canadian Press) & Matthew de Grood admits to Brentwood slayings amid ramblings of vampires, werewolves and Medusas: (Calgary Sun)
3.) Review: Calgarians treated to ‘national treasure’ James Ehnes: (Calgary Herald)
4.) Funding means new clients for midwives: (St. Albert Gazette)
5.) Province zeroes in on mental health impacts of wildfires: (Herald)
6.) Fort McMurray fire evacuation centres slowing down: (CBC)
7.) Holocaust symposium reaches thousands of students: (Herald)
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