The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis.

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U of S soil researcher receives $1.65 million

The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, or NSERC, has awarded U of S toxicology professor Steven Siciliano $1.65 million to train a new team of graduate students in the environmentally sustainable distribution of fertilizer. The awarded program, titled Sustainable Applied Fertilizer Environment Remediation, or SAFER, will give 29 master’s and 13 PhD…


Community garden connects students to Indigenous knowledge

Participants in the McEown Park community garden came together on Oct. 14 at the Graduate House lounge for a Cross-Cultural Garden Harvest Potluck, in celebration of their seasonal work and to reflect on the importance of the community garden in their lives. The gathering welcomed Randy Morin, an Indigenous poet and activist, to address the…


Saskatchewan Student Coalition: Calling for Action rally

A public rally, held in front of the Saskatchewan Cabinet office on the afternoon of Sept. 29, was hosted by the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union president, David D’Eon, to call upon the Government of Saskatchewan to renew their support for post-secondary education. The provincial government introduced a 5.6 per cent cut to the base…

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