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BRIEF: Diefenbaker centre reopens after renovations

The Diefenbaker Canada Centre reopened to the public March 30 after months of renovations. The Diefenbaker centre is located at the University of Saskatchewan between the Education Building and the Royal University Hospital. It first opened its doors in 1980 as a place to commemorate John Diefenbaker, the 13th prime minister of Canada.

BRIEF: Student group to hold panel on women in politics at Louis’

The student group Women in the Legislature, or WiL, will hold a panel discussion at Louis' Pub next week to discuss the role of women in politics. Panelists will be Loleen Berdahl, professor with the political studies department; Jennifer Campeau, Saskatchewan Party MLA for Saskatoon Fairview; and Judy Junor, former NDP MLA for Saskatoon Eastview. WiL

BRIEF: Peter MacKinnon named officer of the Order of Canada

utgoing University of Saskatchewan President Peter MacKinnon was recently named an officer of the Order of Canada “for his contributions to education and for his commitment to innovation and research excellence.” The announcement, which included 66 new appointments, was made by Gov. Gen. David Johnston on Dec. 30. MacKinnon, who will complete his tenure as U

BRIEF: Wikipedia needs your edits

Wikimedia Canada is offering $1,000 to post-secondary students willing to edit Wikipedia articles. The scholarship will be awarded for the greatest improvement to a disease-related article on the free online encyclopedia.

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