Volume 13, Number 7 November 18, 2005

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While the Canadian Light Source continues to be a draw for visitors from around the world, when Australia's High Commissioner to Canada, William Fisher, made his first visit to Saskatchewan Nov. 8, he did much more than tour the CLS.  Shown here at the synchrotron between U of S Global Relations Co-ordinator Rob Norris, left, and CLS Executive Director Bill Thomlinson, Fisher also received briefings on VIDO, the College of Agriculture, the Native Law Centre and other U of S highlights, and spoke to an International Relations class.

 

While the Canadian Light Source continues to be a draw for visitors from around the world, when Australia’s High Commissioner to Canada, William Fisher, made his first visit to Saskatchewan Nov. 8, he did much more than tour the CLS. Shown here at the synchrotron between U of S Global Relations Co-ordinator Rob Norris, left, and CLS Executive Director Bill Thomlinson, Fisher also received briefings on VIDO, the College of Agriculture, the Native Law Centre and other U of S highlights, and spoke to an International Relations class.

Photo by Jeff Harms, CLS


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