MRU Media

MRU Media: 10/21/2021

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

MRU in the media: 

Roy Bear Chief, a social worker and Siksika elder, joins us to talk about receiving a Lifetime Distinguished Achievement Award from Mount Royal University: (CBC Radio, The Homestretch – Roy Bear Chief, espoom taah (helper), alumnus)

MRU staff and faculty associations call on UCP government to do more to help post-secondaries during pandemic: (News 770, CHQR – Michelle LoGullo, MRSA)

Flames Foundation distributes $1.2 million to annual programming in southern Alberta: ( – Calgary Flames scholarships)

Faculty, alum, students in the media: 

ASC Connect 2021 to provide insight on trends and opportunities in Alberta’s capital market: (Canadian Business Journal, Canada News Wire – Dawn Farrell, Chancellor)

Calls mounting for Calgary Coun. Sean Chu to resign; police chief weighs in: (Global News – Lori Williams, faculty)

‘You’ve made history’: Meet the new mayors of Calgary and Edmonton: (Toronto Star – Lori Williams, faculty)

Tight races remain in spotlight: (Global News Hour – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Also worth noting: 

Timberwolves become first university team in Canada to unveil Indigenous designed jerseys: (Prince George Citizen)


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