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Melfort Journal
Variety of topics at Top Notch Farmingit means for producers; and Mitchell Japp’s presentation was about bin busting
Melfort Journal / Posted 3 days ago
it means for producers; and Mitchell Japp’s presentation was about bin busting wheat and protein too. Rex Newkirk with the University of Saskatchewan spoke about the impact of farming practices on end product quality. Tyler Wist with Agriculture... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Africa Needs to Invest More in Its Water Professionalscapacity, stumbling from one climate disaster to the next. Or they can take the
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
capacity, stumbling from one climate disaster to the next. Or they can take their rightful place within the global community, and ensure solutions for Africa by Africa. Andrew Slaughter, Rhodes University and Nelson Odume, University of Saskatch... Read more
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citybizlist Dallas
Uranium Energy Corp Acquires the Diabase Project in the Athabasca Basinof Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan. He earned his Bach
citybizlist Dallas / Posted 12 days ago
of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan. He earned his Bachelor's degree in Geology from the University of Saskatchewan. The technical information in this news release has been prepared in accordance with the Canadian... Read more
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Lacombe Globe
Local teen named to Top 30 under 30 lista really humbling experience and an honour,” Mactaggart said, speaking to the G
Lacombe Globe / Posted 14 days ago
a really humbling experience and an honour,” Mactaggart said, speaking to the Globe over the phone between classes at the University of Saskatchewan, where he’s in his second year of a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture with a major in crop... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Republicans Threat to Cut Off Money to WHO for Roundup's Carcinogenicity Findings Make USA Look Increasingly Ignorantwork live, and play, just so that Monsanto Co. can sell more glyphosate?" The
Op-Ed News / Posted 14 days ago
work live, and play, just so that Monsanto Co. can sell more glyphosate?" The fact that Jennifer Sass has a Ph.D. from the University of Saskatchewan somehow eluded the Washington Post's journalist on this story. Further, perhaps a Canadian Ph.D.... Read more
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CBC.ca
Canadian Olympic hockey coaches go way back to the 'dog' daystogether at the Olympics. The year was 1980. Dave King, from North Battleford,
CBC.ca / Posted 18 days ago
together at the Olympics. The year was 1980. Dave King, from North Battleford, was the newly appointed head coach for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies. Willie Desjardins, from a little town called Climax, was new to the team. Desjardins... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
What Southern Africa Can Learn From Other Countries About Adapting to DroughtanalysisBy Andrew Slaughter, Rhodes University and Sukhmani Mantel, University
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
analysisBy Andrew Slaughter, Rhodes University and Sukhmani Mantel, University of Saskatchewan Rainfall in South Africa is naturally highly variable with total amount of precipitation very different between years and across the country. Total annual... Read more
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Eye Witness News
[OPINION] What southern Africa can learn from others about adapting to droughtusage globally. Adopting techniques such as drip irrigation could save a lot.
Eye Witness News / Posted 18 days ago
usage globally. Adopting techniques such as drip irrigation could save a lot. Andrew Slaughter is a visiting professor, University of Saskatchewan. Sukhmani Mantel is a senior research officer at the Institute for Water Research, Rhodes... Read more
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CBC.ca
The stories behind the thousands of engagement rings for sale onlinering and has since posted it online. (Photo Credit: Amanda Sundell) Sarah Knud
CBC.ca / Posted 19 days ago
ring and has since posted it online. (Photo Credit: Amanda Sundell) Sarah Knudson, associate professor of sociology at the University of Saskatchewan, said engagement rings are usually seen as a conditional gift, both according to North American... Read more
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CBC.ca
Investigators begin piecing together 'puzzle' in Toronto serial killer caseto avoid scratching. "It is like an archeological dig," said Mary Anne Katzenb
CBC.ca / Posted 23 days ago
to avoid scratching. "It is like an archeological dig," said Mary Anne Katzenberg, a forensic anthropologist at the University of Saskatchewan. First, investigators can use heavy equipment to reach certain depths in the soil before switching... Read more
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CBC.ca
Gerald Stanley trial on 2nd-degree murder charge gets underway in Saskatchewana torrent of racist posts online. Racism against Indigenous people is nothing
CBC.ca / Posted 24 days ago
a torrent of racist posts online. Racism against Indigenous people is nothing new in Saskatchewan, according to one University of Saskatchewan Indigenous studies professor. "No one was shocked. The Indigenous community was not shocked. They... Read more
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Ontario Farmer Daily
Ontario Farmerin agriculture.” FCC committed funding to the following projects: • Livestock
Ontario Farmer Daily / Posted 25 days ago
in agriculture.” FCC committed funding to the following projects: • Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence at the University of Saskatchewan received $100,000 to help fund construction of the livestock and food building for the advancement... Read more
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CBC.ca
'Huge' pool of 750 people summoned as potential jurors for Colten Boushie casemake it to a jury selection process in the first place. (Don Somers/CBC) But G
CBC.ca / Posted 26 days ago
make it to a jury selection process in the first place. (Don Somers/CBC) But Glen Luther, a criminal law professor at the University of Saskatchewan, says it would be wrong to suggest that, with no Indigenous people on the jury, "there won't be a... Read more
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Lacombe Globe
County sees leadership changesthe Town of Kindersley. Minchin is a Certified Professional Accountant (CPA),
Lacombe Globe / Posted 30 days ago
the Town of Kindersley. Minchin is a Certified Professional Accountant (CPA), a CLGM, and has a degree in finance from the University of Saskatchewan. “I chose to come to Lacombe County for the opportunity to take on new challenges,” said Minchin.... Read more
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Melfort Journal
Flying their flagswith this country that he hopes to return after the exchange program is complet
Melfort Journal / Posted 30 days ago
with this country that he hopes to return after the exchange program is complete. He was investigating enrolling at the University of Saskatchewan, but found the cost for international students “incredible.” “I would come back and do a masters... Read more

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