A cultural tool developed by U of S researcher Colleen Dell may provide an alternative path to recovery for Aboriginal people suffering from addiction.
The Canadian Light Source (CLS) celebrates 10 years of science discovery with an open house June 27 from 1 to 5pm.
This Wednesday, June 24th, is Bike to Work Day in Saskatoon. Here are five reasons why you should put the pedals to the metal this Wednesday:
1. You can take the University Bridge!
One of the bridge’s sidewalks will remain open for pedestrians and cyclists while the City completes repairs to the 99-year-old structure over the summer.
2. It’s great for your health
Aside from being a great calorie burner, it also tones muscle, eases joints, boosts your overall energy and relieves stress. (Plus, there’s
Cyclists want safety, and this means more and better-connected bike lanes, especially on busy streets, according to research with community cycling groups conducted by student researchers from the Edwards School of Business.
Terrence Downey has been reappointed as president of St. Thomas More (STM) College.
This will be his second five-year term since becoming president in 2011. Since then, Downey led STM’s major construction project which saw the addition of new classrooms, student study and research spaces, and administrative offices to the college. He also helped establish an endowed chair for Catholic Studies, an academic position that supports and fosters scholarship and research in the area of Catholic studies.
Prior to joining STM, Downey
The Alzheimer Society of Canada expects the number of Canadians living with dementia to double to 1.4 million by 2031.
Many questions about Alzheimer’s revolve around the science of the disease: Where did it come from? Why does it suddenly appear to be an epidemic? Where are the treatments? These are issues Jay Ingram, author of The End of Memory: A Natural History of Aging and Alzheimer’s, will address in a free public lecture June 19 at the University of Saskatchewan.
Ingram is a veteran science
This Sunday, June 14, marks World Blood Donor Day, established by the World Health Organization 11 years ago to promote regular blood donation and thank donors for everything they give. It coincides with the birthday of Karl Landsteiner, the Austrian physician considered to be the founder of the modern blood transfusion.
Join CBC news personality Rex Murphy and a live audience in the D-wing atrium of the Health Sciences Building for a broadcast of his weekly radio show, Cross Country Checkup.
As the CFL’s Saskatchewan Roughriders continue their training camp at Griffiths Stadium, the team is a definite presence on campus, staying in College Quarter and dining at Marquis Hall every day.
As the events of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada come to a close, Supreme Court Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin used the term “cultural genocide” to describe the treatment of Canada’s Aboriginal people during the time of residential schools.