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MRU Media 02/04/2022

MRU in the media

MRU student leaders blame Alberta government cuts to post-secondary for potential faculty strike: (CBC News – Spirit River Striped Wolf, SAMRU; Demetrios Nicolaides, minister)

Video Surveillance Market Size 2021 By Industry Share, Key Findings, Company Profiles, Growth Strategy, Developing Technologies, Investment Opportunities and Forecast by Regions till 2030: (Taiwan News – MRU AI security system)

Faculty, students and alumni in the media

Alberta Indigenous leaders speak up against approach to Coutts border crossing protest and blockade: (CBC News – linda manyguns, AVP)

Commuters frustrated with Calgary Transit locking 4 LRT stations 24 hours a day: (CBC News – Maddie Starr, student)

Kenney says a plan to remove COVID-19 restrictions is coming next week: (CTV News – Keith Brownsey, Duane Bratt, faculty)

Coutts, Alta., border blockade estimated loss of $220M economic activity: industry experts: (CTV News – Rajbir Bhatti, faculty)

Corbella: Erin O’Toole’s political shape shifting is really what did him in: (Calgary Herald, Calgary Sun – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Province bowing to pressure from Trucker blockade: (CBC Radio News – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Bergen chosen as interim Conservative leader: (CTV News Channel – Lori Williams, faculty)

Next steps for the federal Conservative party: (Global News – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Cavalry FC announces return of core players: (Okotoks Today – Caden Rogozinski, student)

Is the pandemic providing cover for privatization of health care?: (Toronto Star – Gillian Steward, faculty)

Also worth noting: 

U of A students ‘furious’ with quality of school’s online courses, students’ union says: (Edmonton Journal)

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