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 February 24, 2022

    Three USask speakers shared their personal experiences as members of Indigenous communities around the world.

  • The “front door” to support: 211 Saskatchewan expands means of access to human services 

    By February 24, 2022

    211 Saskatchewan users have access to free 24-hour services through phone, text, online chat and search to navigate provincial programs and services.

  • Global Game Jam Saskatchewan sees programmers and artists make the most of 48 hours

    By February 11, 2022

    In one weekend, Saskatchewan residents produced 14 playable video games.

  • U of S resumes in-person classes: An overview of the safety measures in place 

    By February 9, 2022

    Pandemic Response and Recovery Team chair Darcy Marciniuk discusses details of a safe transition to in-person learning.

  • Saskatoon Open Door Society hosts virtual conference as a learning tool for students and community

    By January 27, 2022

    Threads: Cultural Conversations hosted over 30 speakers and performers to explore the concept of a culturally diverse society flourishing.

  • Youth-led project seeks to raise awareness, reduce stigma associated with substance use disorders

    By January 24, 2022

    Youth from Chokecherry Studios have launched the Blank Book project — a collection of stories, poems and drawings that depict the harm of crystal meth use in Saskatoon.

  • Menstruation REDefined and Visual Arts Students Union host art exhibit with aim to destigmatize menstruation

    By January 18, 2022

    The exhibit is on display virtually and in-person throughout the month of January at the 292 Student Gallery.

  • “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts”: U of S, CLS collaborate with international accelerator community on new research infrastructure

    By January 18, 2022

    A European particle physics lab plans to push the energy capabilities of particle accelerators with the help of Canadian researchers.

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