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Mount Royal University is one of Canada’s top destinations for undergraduate studies. It offers small class sizes and personalized student services within a scholarly community renowned for academic excellence and a focus on teaching and learning. Founded in 1910, Mount Royal remains dedicated to the success of its students. Today, more than 15,000 students choose from 13 bachelor degrees and 38 majors. More than 110,000 Mount Royal alumni are contributing to their communities worldwide.


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Ohio National Guard soldiers move in on anti-war protesters at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, in May 1970. Four students were killed and nine wounded when National Guardsmen opened fire on the protesters. (AP Photo, File)

Cops on campus: Why police crackdowns on student protesters are so dangerous

Even if you disagree with their concerns or their tactics, students should not be penalized for thinking critically about world events and trying to bring about positive social change.
Although medical doctors may be the first point of contact for children exploring their gender identity, many other professions can provide gender-affirming care, such as psychologists, social workers, teachers, counsellors and recreational coaches. (Shutterstock)

What is gender-affirming care? A social worker and therapist working with trans people explains

Gender-affirming care assesses psychological, social, medical and surgical options for gender-diverse people.
Les parents atteints de TDAH peuvent rencontrer des défis, mais ils ont aussi des avantages lorsqu'ils éduquent des enfants eux-mêmes atteints de ce trouble. (Shutterstock)

Sept conseils pratiques pour les parents vivant avec un TDAH

Être un parent atteint d’un TDAH présente des défis uniques, mais aussi des atouts. En utilisant des stratégies et en recherchant des ressources, les parents peuvent créer un environnement harmonieux.
People line up to take part in a Canada Day citizenship ceremony before the start of a game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Boston Red Sox in Toronto on Canada Day, 2023. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

What’s behind the dramatic shift in Canadian public opinion about immigration levels?

The number of Canadians who believe there is too much immigration to Canada rose sharply in 2023. Why have public opinions changed so much in the last year?
Parents with ADHD may have challenges, but also strengths, particularly when their child also has ADHD. In these families, parents may have more empathy and tolerance for their child’s difficulties and may be able to play more effectively with their child. (Shutterstock)

Parenting with ADHD: 7 practical tips for success

Parenting with ADHD presents unique challenges but also strengths. By using strategies for managing ADHD, and seeking resources when needed, parents can create a positive and fulfilling family life.
A residential area destroyed by wildfires is shown in Enterprise, N.W.T. on Oct. 11, 2023. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson

Could the good news story about the ecological crisis be the collective grief we are feeling?

News about the growing ecological crisis may cause people to feel grief and fear. It is understandable to seek relief from these feelings and look for good news. But what if grief is the good news?
Sejumlah orang menghadiri aksi “Palestine Lives,” di Bogota, Kolombia pada 17 Oktober 2023, untuk menunjukkan dukungan kepada warga Palestina dalam perang Israel-Hamas terkini. (AP Photo/Ivan Valencia)

Standar ganda Barat lagi-lagi tampak jelas dalam konflik Israel-Hamas

Sikap dan pernyataan Barat terhadap kematian warga sipil di Israel dan Palestina menunjukkan standar ganda yang telah menyebar ke seluruh pemerintahan dan institusi Barat.
Protesters demonstrate against sexual orientation and gender identity programs in schools in Montréal on Sept. 20, 2023. The protest was one of many across Canada. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Christinne Muschi

How the ‘parental rights’ movement gave rise to the 1 Million March 4 Children

The ‘parental rights’ movement isn’t actually about education or protecting children — it is a conduit for right-wing extremism that will only harm 2SLGBTQIA+ youth.
Canada is generally viewed positively for its immigration policies, but more can be done to welcome those seeking to make Canada their home. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang

As Canada welcomes historic numbers of immigrants, how can communities be more welcoming?

To make a success of Canada’s immigration targets, we must all work to make communities more welcoming to newcomers.
Universities need to move beyond reacting to student, staff and faculty health issues. Students at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles in 2022. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

6 ways universities can promote health on campus — and measure progress

Campuses struggle to take action on commitments to promote health. Universities need to work towards meaningful measures of progress and well-resourced approaches.
Protesters take part in a Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) rally at the Alberta legislature in Edmonton before the United Conservative Party cancelled GSA protections in June 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson

In the Alberta election, the stakes are high for 2SLGBTQ+ youth

How Alberta votes on May 29 will either pave the way for 2SLGBTQ+ youth to be affirmed in their identities or it will create a formal pathway for homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in the province.


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