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MRU media makers: 07/18/2016

MRU in the News


Severance payments totalled $12M at Alberta post-secondary institutions in 2015: (Edmonton Journal — Ariane Tennant, AVP)

Students/Experts/Alum in the News

1.) Calgary beekeeping trend worrisome for native pollinators: (Metro — Alexandria Farmer, instructor)

2.)  Wildrose earns biggest pot in quarterly report; PC Party takes fundraising hit: (Metro — Duane Bratt, professor & Lori Williams, professor)

3.) Trudeau and Notley are political fast friends but pipelines could cause trouble: (Herald — David Taras, professor)

4.) PCs could win next Alberta election with Jason Kenney at helm, Insights West poll suggests: (CBC — Lori Williams, professor)

5.) PCs would take first place with Kenney at helm, poll finds: (Calgary Herald — Duane Bratt, professor)

6.) Calgary expert on child abduction cases: (Global News Morning Calgary —  Doug King, professor)

7.) CBC Calgary News at 6 July 13, 2016: (CBC — Scharie Tavcer, professor)


Other notable mentions
1.) Review board hearing for Matthew de Grood concludes: (The Gauntlet)

2.)  Bringing make-believe to life: (Cochrane Times)


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