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MRU Media: 12/18/2019

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

MRU in the News

Calgary campuses adopt new, government-mandated free speech policies: (Calgary Herald/Calgary Sun – Tim Rahilly, President)

Mount Royal Univerrsity’s free speech policy will evolve, says president: (CBC Radio, The Homestretch – Tim Rahilly, President)

Northern Lakes College forging ahead despite funding cut: (North Peace News)

Students/experts/alum in the news

Facial recognition ‘confirmed’ Ajax developer was wanted crime boss, but CBSA couldn’t prove it: (Global News – Kelly Sundberg, faculty)

We’re at risk of losing all our progress in the fight against the opioid crisis: (Washington Examiner – Kelly Sloan, alumnus)

Albertans donated the most to federal parties – and Quebecers the least – ahead of the 2019 election: (CBC News – Lori Williams, faculty)

Money can influence politicians, but only to a point: (CBC News – Lori Williams, faculty)

‘She hasn’t said no:’ Rona Ambrose floated as federal Conservative leadership candidate: (CBC News – Lori Williams, faculty)

Finance ministers meet with Morneau: (CTV News Channel – Lori Williams, faculty)

Also worth noting

‘The timing was right’: Vianne Timmons leaving University of Regina to go back to her roots: (CBC News)

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