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MRU Media: 04/02/2024

MRU in the media 

Mount Royal University’s community-based research making world a better place: Calgary Herald – Connie Van der Byl, AVP; Matthew Swallow, Breda Eubank, Julie Booke, faculty) 

Getting down to earth with the community through soil science: (Education News Canada Matthew Swallow, faculty) 

Community-based research improving bone and joint health for all: (Education News Canada Breda Eubank, faculty) 

15 Cheap Universities in Alberta: (AZ ED News) 

Faculty, students, staff and alumni in the media

Three W.O. Mitchell Book Prize finalists announced: (CTV News – Natalie Meisner, faculty: Jann Arden, honorary degree recipient) 

Jann Arden, Clem Martini, Natalie Meisner finalists for City of Calgary’s W.O. Mitchell Book Prize: (Calgary Herald/Calgary Sun –  Natalie Meisner, faculty: Jann Arden, honorary degree recipient) 

CPS’ use of force on par with previous years while officers increased reliance on Tasers: (Calgary Herald/Calgary Sun Doug King, faculty)

Is Calgary doing enough to reduce waste?: (CityNews Israel Dunmade, faculty) 

Alberta premier hints at future tweaks to recall legislation: (Calgary Herald/Calgary Sun – Lori Williams, faculty) 

In a deeply divided province, Naheed Nenshi may shake things up as the new frontrunner for the Alberta NDP leadership: (CBC Radio, Day 6 – Duane Bratt, faculty)

Carbon tax hike kicks in on Monday: (CTV News Channel – Lori Williams, faculty) 

‘Part of the history’: Rivals for Alberta NDP leadership torn on federal party ties: (Canadian Press, CityNews – Lori Williams, faculty) 

Kindergarten teacher from Ecole St. John Paul II is Medicine Hat Catholic Board of Education nominee for Edwin Parr Award: (Chat News Today – Mackenzie Gill, alum) 

New probe adds to Calgary police’s long history of investigations into workplace culture: (Calgary Sun/Calgary Herald – Doug King, faculty) 

Premiers testify on carbon tax:  ​ (CTV News Channel – Lori Williams, faculty) 

Alberta government considering conventional nuclear power plants, minister says: (CBC News – Duane Bratt, faculty) 

Premier Smith offers Edmonton help, city councillors indicate it’s not needed: (Global News Lori Williams, faculty) 

Also worth noting

Victoria professors compute how AI will fit into post-secondary education: (Sooke News Mirror) 

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