This report is a weekday roundup of news about MRU, faculty experts, students and alumni, and other topics of interest.
MRU in the News
‘It doesn’t make sense’: Feds pledged spend billions on First Nations water plants, but not on the pipes to carry fresh water to homes: https://mru.ca/570e (APTN News – MRU Journalism program)
The Problem With ‘Indigenizing the University’: https://mru.ca/4a40 (Quillette – Frances Widdowson, faculty)
Students/experts/alum in the news
Ex-NHLer Brantt Myhres channels his past pain into purpose: https://mru.ca/a547 (The Score – Brantt Myhres, alumnus)
Alberta Prime Time This Week Panel: https://mru.ca/83ac (CTV Two – Meg Wilcox, faculty)
AHS drops case, pays legal fees of Alberta café that reopened in spite of COVID-19 rules: https://mru.ca/c7ab (Global News – Lori Williams, faculty)
Also worth noting
Advocacy group says Alberta’s tuition tax credit cut isn’t a student issue — it’s a provincial one: https://mru.ca/d207 (CBC News)
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