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MRU Media: 06/04/2021

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

MRU in the News

What Calgary Needs to Do to Grow, Attract and Retain Top Tech Talent: (Avenue Magazine – Ray DePaul, Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub)

Taking on civic issues with Vivacity:  (Avenue Magazine, digital edition, Page 12 – Catherine Pearl, faculty)

UCalgary eyes return to campus for fall semester: (Calgary Herald – Tim Rahilly, President)

University of Calgary plans return to campus for fall semester: (CBC News)

Vaccine acceptance coalition gathers momentum: (Family Physician, Canada News Wire –   Faster Together task group)

Faculty experts, students and alum

« Annuler » l’histoire nuit à la réconciliation, croit Jason Kenney (‘Canceling’ history hurts reconciliation, says Jason Kenney): (CBC Radio-Canada – Vicki Bouvier, faculty)

Should George McDougall High School be renamed?: (Discover Airdrie – Vicki Bouvier, faculty)

TC Energy will not participate in Stampede events this year but will continue financial support: (CBC News – AnneMarie Dorland, faculty)

TC Energy takes step back from Stampede: (CBC Radio News – AnneMarie Dorland, faculty)

Calgarians feeling the boost from recent hot weather: (Global News – Sonya Jakubec, faculty)

Premier makes no apologies for outdoor dinner: (iNews 880 – Lori Williams, faculty)

Kenney says ‘reasonable effort’ made to follow COVID-19 rules at ‘Sky Palace’ dinner: (Global News, Canadian Press – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Kenney defends Sky Palace dinner, said they bought cheap whiskey: (Western Standard – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Also worth noting

Deborah Yedlin named new Calgary Chamber of Commerce CEO: (Global News)

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