As students, we have the right to freely market our skills. If you are seeking a master's in business administration, you can market yourself to countless businesses; if you are an artist, you can share your work and attempt to sell it at various galleries and stores. Imagine a different scenario. What if you were required
David Johnston, Canada's 28th Governor General, made a brief stop at the University of Saskatchewan as part of a national university tour. A former president of the University of Waterloo and lifelong academic who attended both Oxford and Harvard before returning to Canada, Johnston sees the importance of post-secondary education.