Here’s your morning rewind for the Wednesday, June 1, edition of Global News Morning Saskatoon.
Convocation, world rankings and a dental therapy program: USask update
Another academic year is just about in the book and the University of Saskatchewan is holding its first in-person convocation in more than two years.
Along with convocation, a number of honorary degrees are being bestowed.
The university has also moved up in the rankings of universities worldwide and a new dental therapy degree program is set to launch.
USask president Peter Stoicheff has the latest from campus.
Renovations to fit all home sizes and budgets: Décor and Design
Interior renovations don’t always have to fall into commercial spaces and high-end homes.
Metric Design associate Amy Schauss says renovations encompass all home sizes and budgets.
She highlights a recent renovation that started with the clients wanting to move their washer and dryer to the main bathroom.
Saskatchewan NDP Leader Ryan Meili reflects on his political career
Saskatchewan NDP Leader Ryan Meili is moving on.
He looks back on his time in office since first being elected in a 2017 byelection in Saskatoon Meewasin and then becoming leader of the party a year later.
Meili also reflects on the current state of political life in the province and changes politicians have seen over the years.
Saskatoon’s top headlines: Wednesday, June 1
Chris Carr has Saskatoon’s top headlines for Wednesday, June 1.