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Global News: Buzz kill? Gen Z less interested in coffee than older Canadians, survey shows

April 19, 2024 — 
Buzz kill? Gen Z less interested in coffee than older Canadians, survey shows

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National Post: FuelPositive Announces Strategic Focus on Manitoba, Expanding Network and New Partnerships

April 18, 2024 — 
FuelPositive Announces Strategic Focus on Manitoba, Expanding Network and New Partnerships

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CTV Saskatoon: Saskatoon exterminator says cockroaches live ‘everywhere you go’

April 17, 2024 — 
Saskatoon exterminator says cockroaches live 'everywhere you go'

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Western Producer: Food researcher adds more to her resume

April 12, 2024 — 
Food researcher adds more to her resume

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Tick that could transmit Lyme disease

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CTV Saskatchewan: How to stay tick-free this summer

April 11, 2024 — 
How to stay tick-free this summer

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Global News: ‘Oatzempic’ is gaining steam online. What is this weight loss trend?

April 10, 2024 — 
‘Oatzempic’ is gaining steam online. What is this weight loss trend?

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Science Library

Libraries

Science Library closes for renovation beginning May 1, 2024

April 5, 2024 — 
As part of the Machray Hall redevelopment, the Jim Peebles Science and Technology Library (Science Library) will be closed to walk-in use beginning May 1, 2024. Access to print and digital collections, librarians, and other services will continue to be available during the closure. The library will undergo a transformation, resulting in new student study spaces and services.

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Research and International

The Conversation: How agroecology can be part of a ‘just transition’ for Canada’s food system

April 4, 2024 — 
Problems in Canada’s food system are being felt from field to fork — and they are increasingly hard to swallow.

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Research and International

Insect Friends and Foes

April 4, 2024 — 
On Wednesday April 24, 2024, join the UM Knowledge Exchange for an exploration of efforts to address the declining population of bees and other beneficial insects, along with recent advances in controlling pests like mosquitoes.

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Discover Weyburn: Detailed risk mapping could help Saskatchewan farmers

April 3, 2024 — 
Discover Weyburn: Detailed risk mapping could help Saskatchewan farmers

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