JSGS PhD student Danette Starblanket is examining how Idle No More activated the global community to demand change to the way government deals with First Nations in Canada.
The JSGS appoints two new faculty in big data and open government, and health administration
U of S scholar to lead cutting-edge research into co-operatives
Driving Saskatchewans Future
Johnson-Shoyama students awarded 20,000 each in scholarships
A Movement that Mobilized the Masses
U of S professor tapped for international Arctic research project
New leadership appointments announced at the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
When change becomes the norm
Passion for Policy - Healthcare
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Aboriginal rights not death-knell of energy development
First Nations $300M federal housing fund builds just 99 homes
Sask business must innovate, expert says
Province awards its highest honours
What will Alberta election mean for Saskatchewan?
Premier Wall could learn from Alberta election
Alberta election 2015: Why the political change makes economic sense
NDP win in Alberta 'stunning' says U of S professor
Annette A. Desmarais, University of Manitoba , André Magnan, University of Regina