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MRU Media: 04/18/2019

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

MRU in the News

MRU’s Archives and Special Collections a direct link to history: Resource is providing unique learning opportunities:  (Peter Houston, Emily Hutchison, Joe Anderson, faculty; Connor Mullins, student)

STEWART: I’m looking to install an ablution station: (Dawson Creek Mirror)

Students/experts/alum in the news

Resurrecting Notre Dame Cathedral: It may not be the same, but true originals evolve: (CBC News – Emily Hutchison, faculty)

Pipeline problems, united right: How the Alberta NDP lost the election: (Calgary Herald/Edmonton Journal – Duane Bratt, Lori Williams, faculty)

Economic concerns persist: (CBC News Channel – Anupam Das, faculty)

What could a Kenney cabinet look like? Speculation begins leading up to April 30: (Calgary Herald – Lori Williams,  faculty)

MRU professor says belief in Kenney’s platform had voters accepting candidates with question marks: (CTV News – David Taras, faculty)

Jason Kenney’s big win positions him as Canada’s true conservative leader, political scientist says: (CBC Radio, The Current – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Smaller parties shoved to the margins in polarizing battle: (Calgary Herald – David Taras, faculty)

What now for Alberta; and federal election?: (News Talk 900 CHMO Hamilton – Duane Bratt, faculty)

New government’s focus the economy: (CBC Radio Whitehorse – Lori Williams, faculty)

What will be focus of new government?: (CBC Radio, Ottawa – Duane Bratt, faculty)

What does new Alberta government mean for the rest of the country?: (CBC Radio – Lori Williams, faculty)

Varcoe: Expectations are high as Kenney gives voice to Alberta’s angst: (Calgary Herald – David Taras, faculty)

Alberta’s foray into leftist politics sets stage for strong opposition: (Reuters – Duane Bratt, faculty)

SACPA to discuss outcome of Tuesday’s Alberta election: (Medicine Hat News – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Also worth noting

Tuition rising 3.4% at University of Saskatchewan: (Global News)

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