Remarkable tenure for USask AgBio professor

Take a moment to turn back time 50 years to 1969: Pierre Trudeau was prime minister and Justin Trudeau hadn’t been born yet, astronauts landed on the moon for the first time, the S...

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Why agricultural groups fiercely oppose the carbon tax

When the Pan-Canadian Approach to Pricing Carbon Pollution was announced in October 2016, it was met with passionate responses, from supporters and those in opposition.

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Ag prof rescues woman from river

A U of S professor is being lauded for pulling a woman out of the South Saskatchewan River over the weekend.

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Experimental economics in transportation policy

Shipping Saskatchewan grain to market is no game, but James Nolan is using experiments in the form of computer games to better understand how Canada’s freight system works, and how...

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U of S alumni document history of the Agriculture Building

University of Saskatchewan agriculture alumni Bob McKercher and Ted Turner have written a book about a classic Saskatchewan story of communities coming together to fulfill a dream:...

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Young Marketers Compete in National Competition

A team of students from the University of Saskatchewan advanced to the semifinals of a national marketing competition hosted by the National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) April...

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