Laura Willcocks has a distinct advantage in life—she’s not afraid of change. In 2011, that meant enrolling in the school's Master of Public Administration program.
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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
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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
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