MRU Media

MRU Media: 07/23/2021

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

MRU in the media: 

Growing through the test of time: A residential school survivor reflects on his life: (The Reflector – Elder Miiksika’am, spiritual advisor, honorary degree recipient)

RBC invests in Calgary tech sector, potentially creating new work-integrated learning programs: (Academica Top Ten)

Faculty, alum, students in the media: 

Opinion: Open educational resources would make post-secondary costs more affordable: (Edmonton Journal – Erik Christiansen, faculty)

A history of place and family in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan: (Witness to Yesterday podcast – Robert Boschman, faculty)

Kenney doubled down on pepper spray pitch–but is it a good idea?:  (660 News, CityNews – Doug King, faculty)

Province asks Ottawa to OK pepper spray: (660 News radio – Doug King, faculty)

Les crimes contre la propriété sont en baisse en Alberta, selon la GRC (Alberta property crime on the decline, say RCMP): (Radio-Canada – Doug King, faculty)

Catholic Church grovels after widespread arsons in Canada: (Big League Politics – Linda Manyguns, AVP)

Also worth noting:

University of Regina hosting hundreds of northern Sask. wildfire evacuees: (CTV News)

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