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Government of Canada supports leading research infrastructure at the University of Saskatchewan

From: Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada Funding will advance the next generation of cutting-edge Canadian research and innovation infrastructure Modern, high-quality research facilities and equipment are essential for breakthroughs in Canadian research and science. These laboratories and research centres are where medical and other scientific breakthroughs are born, helping to solve real-world problems and […]

by ahnationtalk on June 3, 202418 Views

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SRC Designated as Primary Organization in Saskatchewan Responsible for Microreactor Development

March 15, 2024 The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) will now serve as the primary organization responsible for micro-Small Modular Reactor (microreactor) development in the province. The SRC will also be the sole organization authorized to hold the regulatory licenses and be the licensed operator of microreactors in the province, while the sector is in the […]

by ahnationtalk on March 15, 202447 Views

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93 areas of interest found at site of former Saskatchewan residential school – CP24

August 29, 2023 A chief in Saskatchewan says her heart is broken after ground-penetrating radar located 93 areas of interest at the site of a former residential school. English River First Nation Chief Jenny Wolverine said it’s believed 79 of the areas of interest at the Beauval Indian Residential School could be the size of […]

by ahnationtalk on August 30, 202384 Views

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83 areas of interest located during search for unmarked graves at residential school – Toronto Star

August 10, 2023 BEAUVAL, Sask. – Eighty-three areas of interest have been found using ground-penetrating radar during a search for possible unmarked graves at a former residential school in northern Saskatchewan. English River First Nation Chief Jenny Wolverine said in a news release that many of the sites located at the Beauval Indian Residential School […]

by ahnationtalk on August 10, 202381 Views

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Government of Saskatchewan Grants $90,000 to Support Ground-Breaking Chronic Wasting Disease Research

April 3, 2023 The Government of Saskatchewan is proud to announce a $90,000 grant to support innovative research out of the University of Saskatchewan to study the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD) and meningeal worm in woodland caribou and other boreal species. Through this grant, the University of Saskatchewan’s Dr. Phil McLoughlin and his […]

by ahnationtalk on April 3, 2023104 Views

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We want to work together’: First Nation communities exchanging knowledge of unmarked grave searches – CTV News

March 17, 2023 Fort Qu’Appelle, Sask. –  Three Saskatchewan communities and unmarked grave search committees are sharing their experiences and knowledge to others. As more First Nations across the country embark on their own journeys in searching for and discovering unmarked burial sites, many had questions about the process. ‘Learn Our Way,’ a day of […]

by ahnationtalk on March 17, 202389 Views

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Shocking and heartbreaking’: Saskatoon voices support in wake of Star Blanket Cree Nation announcement – CTV News

Saskatoon organizations and community groups are expressing their condolences to Star Blanket Cree Nation after 2,000 anomalies were discovered with a radar search of a former residential school. Saskatoon Public Schools issued a statement acknowledging the difficult news. “While the investigation at Star Blanket Cree Nation continues, much is still unknown. However, the intergenerational trauma […]

by ahnationtalk on January 16, 2023130 Views

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USask research to benefit from prestigious Banting Fellowships

Nov 28, 2022 SASKATOON – Two researchers have been awarded highly competitive fellowships to carry out research at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) in support of self-determination for Indigenous community disaster displacement, and to get to the root of why Earth’s first animals made the move from oceans to land 420 million years ago. Dr. […]

by ahnationtalk on November 29, 2022112 Views

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Indigenous food sovereignty requires better and more accurate data collection – Canadian Manufacturing

October 3, 2022 Indigenous Peoples have remained resilient and are making important strides toward food sovereignty through the revitalization of Indigenous food systems and cultural traditions. Indigenous communities are increasingly investing in agriculture to sustain their cultures and economies. Indigenous Peoples have a long history with agriculture — a history that wasn’t always recognized. For much of the 20th century, […]

by ahnationtalk on October 3, 2022130 Views

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Fire-adapted insects make the most of breeding grounds sterilized by wildfires: USask research

Aug 24, 2022 SASKATOON – With a rise in the number of wildfires in Saskatchewan and beyond each year, burnt landscapes stripped of plant life are becoming more common. Most creatures find a burnt environment uninhabitable, but a University of Saskatchewan (USask) research team has discovered how certain species of insects use these scorched lands […]

by ahnationtalk on August 24, 2022128 Views

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