Category: News

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Replacing the Saddledome

Potential development in Calgary could include a new Flames arena Patrick Gibson, Contributor Snow is beginning to dust the 30-some cranes that occupy the north part of Edmonton’s downtown, but they show no signs of...

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REFLECTORIAL: On resolutions …

-The Reflector Staff Welcome back and welcome to 2016. While the ending of winter break tends to be quite bittersweet, new beginnings can make for some really positive changes. While we all make jokes...

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MRU Set to Enhance Indigenous Education for All Students

University’s strategic plan includes required Indigenous Studies Nina Grossman, News Editor Future Mount Royal students may be taking three-credit Indigenous Studies courses as a requirement to graduate. The university’s Indigenous Strategic Plan involves “indigenizing MRU,”...

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One Text Could Cost a Fortune

Increased fine and demerit points for distracted driving as of Jan. 1 Kiah Lucero, Staff Writer Whether you’re waiting at a stoplight or stuck in boring rush hour traffic, it can be tempting to quickly...

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Looking Ahead

What can Albertans expect in 2016? Nina Grossman, News Editor  With a new, unexpected NDP majority win in the spring, 2015 was a rollercoaster of change for old Alberta. New progressive policies and plans...

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Your Used Coffee Cup Can Help the Environment

New company GreenCup wants to make a difference with compostable cups Nina Grossman, News Editor Mount Royal Business Students Austin Lang and Emily Bartlett were inspired to create their company, GreenCup, when they learned...

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Driving High

How the legalization of marijuana will affect impaired driving laws Kari Pedersen, Publishing Editor There is no secret that times are changing in Canada. There is a Liberal government for the first time in...

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Winter is Coming

Tips to stay safe on the roads this winter Andrea Roberts, Staff Writer Winter has arrived and with it comes snow and ice, which happens to make driving a lot more dangerous. Before you...