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October 2009


National conference in October is a first step to making this a reality

BY BALBIR GILL | September 08 2009

A pair of profs seasoned in service learning offer their thoughts

BY PEGGY BERKOWITZ | September 08 2009

In its pre-budget submission to the federal government, association puts emphasis on research spending

BY PAULINE ANDERSON | September 08 2009

Preventive measures start now, planning for worse scenarios is under way


This sensitive subject is back in the spotlight following tabling of new bill.

BY ANNE MULLENS | September 08 2009

Research megaproject will soon disclose mysteries of the deep

BY PAULINE ANDERSON | September 08 2009

Yaffle applauded by academic community

BY NICK TAYLOR-VAISEY | September 08 2009

Canada Student Loans Program expects to dole out over $500 million in new grants

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | September 08 2009

Second consecutive win is the band’s sixth since 1995

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | September 08 2009

Need to search the university’s library catalogue, check your class schedule or look for upcoming workshops at the learning centre? No problem. Students at the University of Saskatchewan can now do this and more at the touch of a button using their iPhone or iPod touch. The university is the first in Canada to offer […]

BY TIM JOHNSON | September 08 2009

The efforts of many people have led to a dramatic increase in the number of aboriginal doctors practising in Canada. That’s just a start.

BY LÉO CHARBONNEAU | September 08 2009

Students are the driving force behind the rapid growth of community service learning projects across the country

BY TREENA HEIN | September 08 2009

Canada’s ‘professors of privacy’ are leaders in a global effort to understand the ways governments and corporations are using surveillance methods on average citizens – and to let the public know