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Opinion: Sask. public land needs better access

Opinion: Sask. public land needs better access

Those attempting to access the Great Sand Hills are viewed as trespassers.
$430,000 grant supports purchase of research equipment

$430,000 grant supports purchase of research equipment

Sophisticated tools enable USask researchers to advance water security, human health.
VIDO researchers go after untreatable condition

VIDO researchers go after untreatable condition

USask-led research team aims to develop vaccines for prion diseases.
New survey finds nurse practitioners underused in Sask.

New survey finds nurse practitioners underused in Sask.

Students studying to become nurse practitioners are worried about their ability to find work.
Indigenous leaders want corporate reconciliation efforts to extend beyond Sept. 30

Indigenous leaders want corporate reconciliation efforts to extend beyond Sept. 30

TORONTO — Chelsee Pettit spent much of the summer collaborating with designers to create and manufacture apparel reflective of the Indigenous values she hoped would be on people's minds when Canada marks its second National Day for Truth and Reconcil
Discovery grant supports gut-wrenching research

Discovery grant supports gut-wrenching research

USask researchers’ study of Salmonella transmission first of its kind.
Agriculture This Week: Niche crop interest could return

Agriculture This Week: Niche crop interest could return

Niche crops of course are also a greater risk, with limited markets, and almost non-locally.
Wave of retirement hits Canadian workforce as healthcare, education lose workers

Wave of retirement hits Canadian workforce as healthcare, education lose workers

TORONTO — Canada is facing a wave of retirements driven by workers in high-pressure sectors, with an increasing number retiring before they turn 65.
Hilarious! Squirrel doing squirrely stuff gets 3.4M TikTok views

Hilarious! Squirrel doing squirrely stuff gets 3.4M TikTok views

This squirrel has attitude!
Gas prices up in some cities across Canada by as much as 19 cents

Gas prices up in some cities across Canada by as much as 19 cents

TORONTO — Gas prices jumped overnight in some cities across Canada, in many cases by around ten cents a litre, and by almost 20 cents in one city. The price of gas on Thursday was up nationally by just over three cents on average at $1.