A provincewide public opinion poll concluded Oct. 29 with a town hall at the University of Saskatchewan. About 100 attendees gathered to share their thoughts on the results with the researchers and journalists who worked on the survey.
Premier Brad Wall has tapped former University of Saskatchewan president Peter MacKinnon to lead an initiative to explore potential ways to spend the province’s excess natural resource wealth.
The university has shelved its idea to convert the century-old seed barn on College Drive into a refitted childcare centre and is pursuing plans to build a brand new facility instead.
Construction crews set up chain-link barricades and revved up the backhoe Oct. 15 as work began on St. Thomas More College’s much-needed $8 million expansion.
All three mayoral candidates running in the Oct. 24 civic election have confirmed they will be taking part in the question and debate forum Oct. 18.
Campus Safety has identified two students seen on surveillance camera smashing windows and destroying furniture on the patio of Louis’ on Oct. 3 after dollar beers.
Saskatoon votes in less than two weeks and if you’ve never heard of mayoral incumbent Don Atchison or newcomer Tom Wolf, don’t sweat it. It’s never been easier to be smart at the polls.
The deadline, now simply referred to as the withdraw deadline, is Nov. 15 for standard term one classes and March 15 for standard term two classes. For two-term classes, the deadline is Feb. 15.
University of Saskatchewan President Ilene Busch-Vishniac prevented a bitter debate at last month’s university council meeting after arbitrating an under-the-table deal between university administration and College of Medicine faculty.
Campus Safety is looking for two suspects who were seen on surveillance camera tearing apart the patio of Louis' early Wednesday morning after dollar beers.