MRU Media

MRU Media 03/21/2022

MRU in the media

AUFA and AU to return to bargaining table with mediator: (Athabasca Advocaate)

Faculty, students and alumni in the media

Deciphering antiviral mechanisms during a pandemic: (ASBMB Today – Calvin Gordon, alumnus)

Peace Region athletes & coaches chasing Canada West titles this weekend: (Everything GP – Quinn Pelland, student)

Spike in Edmonton gun violence a concern, but police say shootings are ‘isolated’: (Edmonton Journal – Doug King, faculty)

Court grants immediate injunction on Beltline protests in Calgary against public health measures: (CBC News – Doug King, faculty)

Injunction gives police more power to deal with protests: (CBC Radio News – Doug King, faculty)

UCP leaked confidential poll data despite refused permission, Alberta pollster says: (CBC News – Lori Williams, faculty)

Brian Jean calls on UCP to bring in auditor and keep leadership review in Red Deer: (Edmonton Journal – Lori Williams, faculty)

Kenney seems worried about upcoming review: (630 CHED – Duane Bratt, faculty)

UCP remains ununified heading into leadership vote: (News 770 CHQR, 630 CHED) 

Astounding number of members signed up for UCP leadership vote: (630 CHED – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Also worth noting

University of Calgary workers rally against budget cuts: (CTV News)

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