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Bob Blaine

  • MRUASC-AR9003
  • Persona
  • [19--]-

Bob Blaine is a Calgarian who assembled a collection of Canadian sports records and memorabilia over a course 40 years.

Alina Dabrowska

  • MRUASC-AR0005
  • Persona
  • 1932-2012

Alina Dabrowska was an instructor in the Department of Interior Design at Mount Royal College from 1979 to 2007. Born in Poland in 1932, she immigrated to Great Britain in 1972 and then to Calgary in 1979. Dabrowska had a successful career as an architect, engineer, college instructor, and artist.

Wayne Haglund

  • MRUASC-AR9002
  • Persona
  • [19--]-

Wayne Haglund is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Mount Royal University.

Mount Royal University Archives and Special Collections

  • MRUASC-AR0044
  • Entidad colectiva
  • 2005-

The mandate of the Archives and Special Collections is to support teaching, learning, and scholarship through the development of archival holdings and specialized library collections.

David Raichman

  • MRUASC-AR9000
  • Persona
  • [19--]-

David Raichman was the Calgary-Centre district candidate for the Communist Party-Alberta in the 1963 provincial election.

Mount Royal University

  • MRUASC-AR0001
  • Entidad colectiva
  • 1910-

Mount Royal University is a public university in Calgary, Alberta.

"Within Our Borders," an Alberta Government publication

  • Ath 91.41
  • Entidad colectiva
  • 1948 - 1970

"Within Our Borders" was a publcation of the Alberta Government designed to aquaint readers with government administration and services. It was believed that many and varied services of the government will be effective in the degree they are known. It was mailed to individuals, libraries and other subscribers and was published from 1948 - 1970 when the title was replaced by "Alberta, Land for Living."

Bruce Hunter

  • MRUASC-AR0057
  • Persona
  • 1952-

Bruce Hunter is a Canadian author of seven books. The oldest of seven children, Hunter was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta and currently lives in Ontario. Hunter worked in Calgary as a gardener, labourer, and nightwatchman for fifteen years before winning a scholarship to the Banff School of Fine Arts in 1978, where he studied creative writing with W.O. Mitchell. Hunter attended York University in his late twenties, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Honours in 1983.

Hunter went on to teach a wide variety of English, Creative Writing, and Liberal Studies courses at Seneca College from 1986 to 2012, and has also taught at York University and the Banff School of Fine Arts. He has also taught workshops on poetry, spoken word, and creativity, and served as a Writer in Residence at the Calgary Public Library, the Richmond Public Library, and the Banff Centre (for the Writers' Guild of Alberta). Hunter worked as a reviewer for several literature journals, and served as the poetry reviews editor and columnist for Cross Canada Writers' Quarterly in the 1980s. Hunter was deafened as an infant due to a bout of pneumonia, and is an advocate for people with disabilities and a prominent member of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community.

Hunter is the author of: Country Music Country, a collection of short stories published in 1996; In The Bear's House, a novel published in 2009; as well as five books of poetry:
Selected Canadian Rifles (1981), Benchmark (1982), The Beekeeper's Daughter (1986), Coming Home From Home, (2000), and Two O'Clock Creek (2010). In The Bear's House won the 2009 Canadian Rockies Prize at the Banff Mountain Book Festival, and Two O'Clock Creek won the Acorn-Plantos Peoples' Poetry Award. Hunter's poetry has also been published in several anthologies and journals.

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