MRU Media: 01/07/2020
This report is a weekday roundup of news about MRU, faculty experts, students and alumni, and other topics of interest.
MRU in the News
Building community through good food: MRU and Chartwells celebrate new partnership: https://mru.ca/be02 (Ecucation News Canada – Brent Mann, staff)
Students/experts/alum in the news
Edmonton police lock out public, media from radio communications: https://mru.ca/0a2e (CBC News – Sean Holman, faculty)
Politicians could face uphill battle in regaining public’s trust following travel scandal: https://mru.ca/f2b2 (Calgary Herald/Calgary Sun – David Taras, faculty)
Premier Kenney faces growing anger for going quiet amid COVID-19 travel scandal: https://mru.ca/009c (Global News – Lori Williams, faculty)
Mayor’s inaction with travelling staff hard to fathom: https://mru.ca/581a (News 770, CHQR – Duane Bratt, faculty)
‘I’m not hiding’: Kenney turns up live on Facebook, 5 days after last appearance: https://mru.ca/3a4e (CTV News – Lori Williams, faculty)
MLA recall legislation coming this spring, Kenney says: https://mru.ca/93ab (CBC News – Duane Bratt, faculty)
Empirical exploration of remittances and renewable energy consumption in Bangladesh: https://mru.ca/4f59 (Springer Link – Anupam Das, faculty; Luc Carels, student)
Also worth noting
McGill student starts initiative to bring food, supplies to homeless people camped out near campus: https://mru.ca/058f (CBC News)
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