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MRU Media: 07/25/2019

This report is a weekday roundup of news about MRU, faculty experts, students and alumni, and other topics of interest.

MRU in the News

Mount Royal’s Institutes … exposed: Students lead research and community engagement: (Education News Canada – Ray DePaul, James Stauch, Danah Duke, Connie van der Byl, Michele Yeo, faculty; Justin MacLaren, Anthony Mikkelson and Stephanie Ross, students)

Students/experts/alum in the news

Public health authorities need to reassess how they market to racialized groups: (The Conversation, Associated Press, Canadian Press – Mohammed El Hazzouri, Leah Hamilton, faculty)

Arkansas fugitive charged with raping daughter crossed Manitoba border with 4 other children in tow: (CBC News – Kelly Sundberg, faculty)

Border security questioned in Manitoba: (CBC News, Winnipeg – Kelly Sundberg, faculty)

Local naturalist blames climate change, human activity or steep drop in bird populations: (The EnergyMix – Tonya Mousseau, faculty)

Global Saskatchewan news director Michael Fulmes announces retirement: (Global News – Michael Fulmes, alumnus)

‘Horrible optics’: Tax-burdened business owners fume after Calgary chips in $275 million for new Flames arena: (Financial Post, National Post , Edmonton Journal – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Satanic Temple far-cry from mystic demons, says woman looking to establish new chapter in Calgary: (Calgary Journal – Tracy Derynck, faculty)

Are cigars “sin tax worthy”?: (The Post Millennial – Wyatt Claypool, student)

Also worth noting

U of Regina increasing security after alleged assaults involving wildfire evacuees: (CBC News)

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