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Nourishing minds through research: The future of dietetics

Nourishing minds through research: The future of dietetics

Dr. Jessica Lieffers (PhD) leads NUTRITION 230 through the FYRE initiative at USask.
Winter weather doesn’t stop plenty from attending Government House’s annual easter egg hunt

Winter weather doesn’t stop plenty from attending Government House’s annual easter egg hunt

Programming supervisor was thrilled by the turnout.
Jake Vaadeland leads the nominations for 2024 SCMA awards

Jake Vaadeland leads the nominations for 2024 SCMA awards

Top contender counts six nominations in total, including Male Artist of the Year, Songwriter of the Year and Fan's Choice.
Supportive work environment highlighted

Supportive work environment highlighted

Saskatchewan Polytechnic celebrates eight years as top employer.
Aspiring young artists can showcase drawings in Wildlife Federation's fish art contest

Aspiring young artists can showcase drawings in Wildlife Federation's fish art contest

The deadline for entries is Tuesday, April 30.
Research team probes dairy link to osteoporosis/obesity

Research team probes dairy link to osteoporosis/obesity

USask awarded $900,000 to study effects of milk and yogurt consumption.
Collaboration researches climate change mitigation

Collaboration researches climate change mitigation

USask and Métis Nation–Saskatchewan partner for multi-faceted project involving experiential learning for local high school and (USask) students.
Federal Ministers announce funding expansion of childcare during stop in Regina

Federal Ministers announce funding expansion of childcare during stop in Regina

The federal government will expand the Canada Student Loan Forgiveness Program to reduce the costs associated with entering early childhood education.
You can hunt Easter eggs at Government House Saturday

You can hunt Easter eggs at Government House Saturday

Treats will be hidden throughout the Edwardian Gardens.
Grad will go ahead: Cockrill

Grad will go ahead: Cockrill

Education Minister Jeremy Cockrill pledges grad will be protected, while STF expresses cautious optimism regarding province’s offer of accountability framework.