Tagged: government

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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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MRU president resigns

by Kelsey Hipkin He’s been both a dean and a professor of education, a director of the government, a high school teacher, an educa- tional consultant and, for the last eight years, Dave Marshall...

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Civic election should fascinate students

by Zoey Duncan Municipal politics may not strike most Calgarians as riveting or glamorous, but the approach of the 2010 civic election is already highly anticipated by some. Participation in the municipal election is...

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Recovering from the quake

By Shiva Kashi It was in the late afternoon on Jan. 12, when Nikdosht Nouban noticed the floor of her second-storey apartment in Port-au-Prince begin to shake. She ducked in a doorway for refuge....

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New film studio means more jobs

by Kaila Sept A new opportunity for Alberta’s film industry has been announced by Alberta’s Minister of Culture and Community Spirit, Lindsay Blackett: Calgary will be getting its own permanent film studio. This is...

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Bill 44 continues to cause controversy

by Devin Ayotte Though nearly six months have gone by since the Alberta government passed the controversial Bill 44 in June, debate within legal and educational communities continued at a panel discussion held at...

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The bottom line

Over 400 MRU employees attended the budget town hall meeting at the Ross Glen Hall on Oct. 27 but the expected controversy over potential cutbacks did not materialize. Budget numbers were presented by university...

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Governments grant $40M to build MRC Conservatory

The Alberta government has pledged $20 million towards the construction of the $60 million “state-of-the-art” Mount Royal Conservatory of Music and the federal government is willing to kick in the same amount if the...