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Fort McMurray not so fond of Fonda

In a recent visit to Fort McMurray, Alta. and the surrounding oil sands of northern Alberta, Jane Fonda infuriated Albertans and Canadians alike. Akin to similar celebrity visits before her, this brand of environmental activism was misinformed and out of step with reality.
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Not the sincerest form of flattery: The Sheaf talks Plagiarism

On Jan. 16, numerous news outlets, including the New York Times, reported that Monica Crowley, chosen by President Donald Trump to serve on his National Security Council, will not be accepting the appointment following two recent allegations of plagiarism.
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Health literacy: A silent barrier for newcomers in Canada

Newcomers to Canada can face many challenges when navigating the health-care system, particularly in relation to understanding prescription drug information. Although adapting to these challenges can be difficult, there are resources and pharmacy professionals that can help newcomers overcome barriers.
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Catch up on the best books of last year

After examining various “best books of 2016” lists online, I’ve compiled a collection of books that were both the most common and popular amongst the critics. Before the term gets into full swing, catch up on the highest rated books of 2016!
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Leave Joni alone

A new effort to honour famed singer-songwriter and former resident of Saskatoon Joni Mitchell has recently been brought to city council.
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Unexpected songs for your workout playlist

For me, a good workout playlist can sometimes mean the difference between actually getting some exercise and staying home to take a nap instead. Even if I don’t necessarily want to go for a run that day, I’ll still drag myself out so I have an excuse to listen to my favourite music uninterrupted.
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A Sheaf guide to moving to Saskatoon

This impending doom is speculated to mean a boom in Canadian immigration — especially among students — so I’d like to share some less-offered local wisdom to any future American-Saskatonians.