Stories

April 2016
From Mount Royal University to Lao Friends Hospital for Children (LFHC) in Southeast Asia, Rebecca Morante is making her mark. As a graduate of Mount Royal's Nursing program, Morante always desired a career in the areas of humanitarian work and development, and capacity building.
Graduates of Mount Royal University's Aviation program are on the fast track to landing a job with a major Canadian airline, thanks to an agreement with Jazz Aviation LP.
Over coming weeks, the University community will be able to enjoy watching a handful of geese parading around the pond for the goslings' first dip. The parent geese will remain protective of their babies until the goslings learn to fly in a few months.
This year's crop of Broadcasting Diploma grads have developed documentaries showcasing high-level talent.
In this report, we share the richness of Albertan social innovation and the powerful and daunting patterns that shape us today. We also present pathways forward and invite us all to consider a common agenda to move forward together toward a stronger and more resilient social innovation ecosystem.
In a first-of-its-kind Canadian study, sociologist Caroline McDonald-Harker, PhD, interviewed 29 mothers living in abused women's shelters in Calgary.
Through the Peace Prize, the TRC looks to light the torches of Canadian society.
The student-athletes leading Mount Royal University's inaugural crowdfunding campaign faced the Calgary Stampeders on Wednesday in a pick-up basketball game.

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