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MRU Media: 04/23/2019

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

MRU in the News

A brief lesson on the history of drunkenness: (660 News – David Clemis, faculty, featured researcher)

Quality trumps quantity with drinking:  (660 News – David Clemis, faculty, featured researcher)

Students/experts/alum in the news

High turnout expected at Calgary auto show despite fewer luxury manufacturers: (Global News – Anupam Das, faculty)

‘The strongest opposition we’ve seen’: New Democrats’ reign in Alberta is far from over: (National Post, Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal- Lori Williams, faculty)

Local public sector could take a hit under Kenney, SACPA told: (Lethbridge Herald – Duane Bratt, faculty)

What’s the future of political central parties in Alberta: (660 News – David Taras, faculty)

Alberta a polarized province: (News 570, Kitchener – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Getting count right more important than speed: (660 News – Lori Williams, faculty)

Thousands of Christians gather in Calgary for Good Friday march: (Calgary Herald – Dawson Warman, student)

PEI Green Party candidate dies: (CTV News Channel – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Riding results leave UCP with lone seat in Edmonton, reveal 71-per-cent voter turnout: (Star Metro Edmonton, Star Metro Calgary – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Populist ideas: (Cochrane Eagle – Duane Bratt, faculty)

NDP did well to maintain strong opposition: (CJME Radio – Duane Bratt,

Also worth noting

Mountains the subject of new University of Alberta research centre: (Edmonton Journal)

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