MRU Media

MRU Media 04/19/2022

MRU in the media

Dina Ibrahim discusses her MRU LaunchPad pitch: (CBC Radio, The Homestretch – Dina Ibrahim, student)

MRU and Old Sun partner for Indigenous business development: (Strathmore Now – Tim Rahilly, President; Andrew Bear Robe, advisor) 

Faculty, students and alumni in the media

Brownsey: After 40 years, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms steered Canada toward a better society: (Calgary Herald, Montreal Gazette – Keith Brownsey, faculty) 

What is the thin blue line and why is it so hotly contested in Calgary: (Calgary Herald, Calgary Sun – Doug King, faculty) 

Alberta’s chief firearms officer calls on feds to reverse course on weapons ban: (Calgary Herald, Calgary Sun – Doug King, faculty) 

Conservative leadership race long game crucial as deadlines approach: expert: (CityNews – Lori Williaams, faculty) 

Ranked ballots makes predicting Conservative leader difficult: (CityNews 660 – Lori Williams, faculty) 

‘Potential to be abused’: Non-UCP member receives mail-in leadership review ballot: (CTV News – Lori Williams, faculty) 

Unlawful border crossing apprehensions slow to trickle: (Winnipeg Free Press – Kelly Sundberg, faculty) 

Cochrane mixed curling doubles team win U21 provincials: (Cochrane Today – Ky Macaulay, student) 

Electric City FC announce four new signings: (PTBO Today – Caden Rogozinski, student) 

Electric City signs new players as season opener nears: (Peterborough Examniner – Caden Rogozinski, student) 

Discussing Alberta UCP leadership vote: (News 770, CHQR – Duane Bratt, faculty) 

Pierre Polievre building momentum with popular messages: (630 CHED – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Also worth noting

Traditional Indigenous robe painted with colonial history gifted to University of Regina: (CBC News) 

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