January 21, 2000 Volume 7, Number 9


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FRONT PAGE STORIES

Out-of-court settlement will end long pension battle

Years of squabbling and uncertainty over the fate of the University of Saskatchewan’s Academic Pension Plan appear to be over, with the announcement that a tentative out-of-court settlement has been reached between the U of S and its retirees.

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Structural Sciences Centre gets $3.72m shot-in-arm from gov’ts.

The planned U of S Structural Sciences Centre, to be built as part of the Thorvaldson Building renovation, got a major shot in the arm Jan. 13, when federal and provincial government representatives visited campus to announce an additional $3.72 million in funding for the project.

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Push is on to overcome problem of ‘substandard’ emergency showers

The U of S could be contravening provincial Occupational Health and Safety regulations because many of its hundreds of emergency showers and eyewash stations are substandard, and some of them are rarely, if ever, tested.

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U of S gets say on new Brd. of Gov’s. members

The Saskatchewan government has given the province’s two universities more say in who is appointed to their boards of governors.

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