The Reflector

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Nursing shortage may be a simple numbers game

When Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach made a campaign pledge in February 2008 to graduate an additional 225 doctors and nurses annually over the next four years in an attempt to address the province’s health-care...

Eminem’s Relapse feels redundant

Eminem Relapse Aftermath, Interscope, Shady, Web 2.5/5 stars Alright we get it, rehab is a joke. That’s the message pounded into your head over and over again during Relapse, the first album from controversial...

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Tino’s ready to go

Replacing Ian Fuge, the 14-year bench boss for the Mount Royal Cougars women’s soccer team, is no easy task but Tino Fusco is up for the challenge. Fusco spent one year with the men’s...

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Stampede Park set for motorcycle rodeo

Jeff Fehr, Canada’s top freestyle motocross rider, took to the skies of downtown Calgary during a preview performance for the Red Bull X-Fighters set to hit Stampede Park on May 30. The 25-year-old pulled...

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Mount Royal awarded $17M for infrastructure

Mount Royal has been awarded $17.25 million in provincial and federal funding aimed at improving the college’s infrastructure, most notably in the science and nursing departments. The announcement comes as part of the two-year,...

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Journey across the homeland

Standing out amongst the massive swarm of indie artists in Canada requires a great deal of hard work, something Andrea Ramolo knows all to well. The aptly nicknamed “Miss Uncensored,” is no newcomer to...