City hopes 17th Ave construction plan will benefit businesses

17th Avenue is in the process of a major facelift, one that will give drivers and local businesses headaches.

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Gone but not forgotten: Missing Indigenous women remembered on International Women's Day

Today is International Women’s Day and as part of this celebration, women across the world will be protesting the economic, social and political discrimination they face on a daily basis.

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Social network unites women in politics to combat trolls

Threats of violence. Name calling. Bullying. Women in politics have seen it all.

But at a panel discussion this past February at Mount Royal University, female politicians from across the political spectrum came together to discuss their experiences and look for solutions to what they all agree is a serious problem that’s getting worse.

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Mount Royal University contemplates Indigenous courses

Canadian universities are struggling to address the education recommendations from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s final report. But Mount Royal University has already taken steps in that direction and will be deciding soon how best to implement its plans for Indigenization.

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