MRU Media

MRU Media 03/18/2022

MRU in the media

First Mount Royal senior leader in equity, diversity and inclusion announced: (Education News Canada – Moussa Magassa, AVP)

AUFA and AU to return to bargaining table with mediator: (Athabasca Advocaate)

Dinos, Cougars chase volleyball glory at Canada West Final Four: (Calgary Sun – Cougars women’s volleyball)

Faculty, students and alumni in the media

Ukrainian MRU volleyball player finding solace in sport as war rages on in her homeland: (Global News – Nataliia Klimenova, student)

Leaders condemn over-representation of Indigenous deaths in Alberta government care: (Global News – linda manyguns, avp)

Majority of Indigenous youth died while receiving Alberta provincial support: (CityNews 660 – Peter Choate, faculty)

Grim record for Alberta with children dying in care: (660 News – Peter Choate, faculty) 

Opinion: It’s the job of politicians, not police, to cure social divisions: (Calgary Herald – Kelly Sundberg, faculty)

Fallout from Brian Jean’s byelection victory will be messy for Kenney, political scientists say: (CBC News – Lori Williams, faculty)

Protests in Beltline have grown over time: (News 770, CHQR – Doug King, faculty)

What happens next with Jean, Kenney and UCP: (630 CHED – Keith Brownsey, faculty)

Jean victory a vote against Kenney: (CBC Radio News – Lori Williams, faculty)

UCP showdown bad news for the party: (CBC Radio News – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Win for Jean not a surprise; leadership vote uphill battle for Kenney: (CityNews 660 – Lori Williams, faculty

Also worth noting

Nursing profs claim U of S predicted ‘consequences’ for no confidence vote: (Saskatoon StarPhoenix) 

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