Tagged: Alberta

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Get rich or die grinding

by Sarah Kitteringham Careening down the highway while attempting to make a break for the Alberta border with police cars and a helicopter on your trail would be unnerv- ing for even the most...

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Alberta Fashion Week in Review

by Toran Kumari, Jotyi Soroya, Bianca Dayrit September 26, 2010 Opening night kicked off with Ruby Ellen Johnson’s earth- inspired collection for Ruby Ellen Designs. Set to new age music with an interpretive dance down...

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Students could lose thousands

by Miriam Ostermann A controversial document, submitted to the provincial government by the Council of Alberta University Students, has left Alberta universities divided on an issue to eliminate the provincial tuition and education tax...

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Budget cuts mean fewer first-year classes

by Miriam Ostermann Post-secondary institutions across the province had to bite the bullet when the Alberta government, faced with a $4.7-billion deficit, announced a freeze on funding. For Mount Royal University, the freeze came...

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Rainy-day fund

by Miriam Ostermann The 2010 budget freeze was not an issue university students across the province were willing to let go easily. While still working on proposals, students from 12 post-secondary institutions across Alberta shed...

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Civic speed-date event moved

by Catherine Szabo If politics were a potential suitor, it would be a stand-up sort of fellow — the kind who lets you know that plans have changed. An on-campus mayoral candidate event, where students...

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Cut up that vintage tee!

by Claire Miglionico It was the simple yet perfect find that inspired Jenna Etcheverry to create in 2009 her ready to wear women’s line Madame Wolf: a wolf- printed vintage t-shirt spotted in Lethbridge’s...

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Local film gets experimental

by Jessica Melnychuk & Kaila Sept The Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF) has made its way into town, and one local filmmaker has proven that someone entering the industry doesn’t need a huge budget...

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Mount Royal teams ready to pounce

by Blaine Meller September means two things at Mount Royal: classes are back in session and Cougars are on the prowl. Or soon will be. With the new school year comes the start of the...

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Drugs infiltrate college sports

by Blaine Meller The issue of drugs in sport in not new. When sprinter Ben Johnson tested positive following the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea, it sent a shockwave throughout the Canadian...