THE UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN’S MAIN CAMPUS IS SITUATED ON TREATY 6 TERRITORY AND THE HOMELAND OF THE MÉTIS.

THE UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN’S MAIN CAMPUS IS SITUATED ON TREATY 6 TERRITORY AND THE HOMELAND OF THE MÉTIS.

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  • By January 26, 2011

    Plus, council discussed fee changes, social justice and Place Riel.

  • Art studios go from bad to unbearable with renovations

    By January 26, 2011

    On the third floor of the Murray building ”” where senior studio-art majors spend most of their year ”” space is tight, lighting is dim and ventilation is poor.

  • Campus infrastructure isn’t exactly crumbling, just underfunded

    By January 26, 2011

    The University of Saskatchewan is not falling apart, but its infrastructure funding is insufficient.

  • Dragon’s Den provides opportunity for Sask. entrepreneurs

    By January 22, 2011

    Anyone following this season of CBC’s hit show Dragon’s Den knows how much Saskatchewan’s W. Brett Wilson has added to the show since being named to the panel two seasons ago.

  • Human rights council appeals neo-Nazi case decision

    By January 21, 2011

    Former USask prof and unapologetic neo-Nazi Terry Tremaine is fighting an ongoing legal battle with the Canadian Human Rights Council, which is appealing his recent acquittal on charges of contempt.

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  • Research group to investigate asthma in Saskatchewan

    By January 21, 2011

    Saskatchewan has one of the highest rates of asthma and other chronic lung disease nationwide.

  • RBC accused of interference in student’s finances

    By January 20, 2011

    Although Royal Bank eventually restored Brad Bellemare’s credit rating, alleged poor communication on behalf of RBC regarding his student loans has mired Bellemare in court battles over a denied mortgage.

  • BRIEF: College of Agriculture offers programs for Aboriginal students

    By January 20, 2011

    The University of Saskatchewan’s College of Agriculture and Bioresources is developing two programs aimed at fostering their relationship with the Aboriginal community.

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