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You’re a good man, Charlie Clark

Recently voted the second most popular big city mayor in Canada after only three months in the position, Mayor Charlie Clark is the talk of the town.
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Huskies volleyball recap

On Jan. 21 and 22, the University of Saskatchewan Huskies hosted an ultimately unsuccessful bid against their Canada West conference rivals, the University of Alberta. The Physical Activity Complex was host to three teams that are nationally ranked in the U Sports standing, which made for some tightly contested games.
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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.