Tagged: Alberta

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Hands off the hand-held, hands on the wheel

Rachael Frey News Editor Love it or hate it, it’s finally here. By now, most Albertans are adapting to Alberta’s new distracted driving legislation, which started Sept. 1. The law covers a range of...

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Calgary Folk Fest delivers on all fronts

By Sean-Paul Boynton When the sun finally decided to keep on shining throughout the weekend after a gloomily rained-out Friday, the 2011 Calgary Folk Music Festival truly came alive. In this reviewer’s opinion, the...

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Swap till you drop

by Laura Lushington The Reflector That dress you bought last summer is hanging in your closet, tags attached, never to be worn. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but wouldn’t it...

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Noise 101 – CD Reviews for March 24

Hello Bella’s full-length and most recent album Echoes of the Atmosphere is propelled by electrifying guitar melodies and skilful drumming, both of which work together to give a glamourous power-pop feel to Ontario native...

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Business school receives major investment

by Bryan Weismiller The Reflector Mount Royal University’s Bissett School of Business padded its wallet on March 11 with a $1.1 million donation from the Royal Bank of Canada. It’s the largest corporation donation...

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MRU hosting major gymnastics performance in May

by Laura Lushington The Reflector Mount Royal University will literally be “springing ahead” this May when over 400 gymnasts and other athletes descend on the campus for a performance of gymnastics skills. GymFest, a...

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New education degree announced

by Bryan Weismiller The Reflector After more than a decade of planning, Mount Royal University’s newest degree has finally graduated to reality. The bachelor of education — elementary degree was officially announced on Feb. 18. Starting...

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New parking laws proposed

by Bryan Weismiller News Editor A new piece of legislation could have implications for Mount Royal University’s current parking situation. Bill 23 may make it easier to ticket and tow illegally parked vehicles on...

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World Juniors a hot ticket

by Blaine Meller Sports Editor Despite questions surrounding ticket availability, the 2012 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships are receiving “unprecedented interest,” according to the event’s general manager. When the final numbers were tabulated, more...

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MRU Cougars apply for Canada West status

by Blaine Meller Sports Editor Mount Royal University’s student athletes could soon be facing new competition. The Cougars’ athletic department has formally applied to join the ranks of the Canada West Universities Athletic Association...