University of Saskatchewan
Room 2D27 - 51 Campus Drive
Saskatoon SK S7N 5A8

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88th Annual SAGA Reunion Banquet
January 7, 2023
Festivities will be held at: TCU Place – Centennial Halls (Downstairs)
Doors open at 3:45 pm
Cocktails at 4:30 pm Banquet at 5:30 Program at 6:30 pm
Recognition of Years
1943, 1948, 1953, 1958, 1963, 1968, 
1973, 1983, 1993, 2003, 2013, & 2018
***>>> Remember, Grads from every year are always welcome! <<<***
The Mixer will officially start @ 9 pm
 Ticket purchase deadline is Noon, Wed. Jan. 4th, 2023
Purchase your Banquet tickets at the following link:
Ag Grad Reunion Ticket - 2023 (

College Of Agriculture and Bioresources
SAGA Friday Night Social

January 6th, 2023


Friday Night Social @ AgBio Atrium.
Meet and Greet begins at 3:30. AgBio Tours begin at 4:30. 
Refreshments in Student Lounge. 



SAGA Hockey Tournament - January 7th, 2023

7:30 am – 5:30 pm  @ Waldheim Rec Facility

Text or Call Chay Anderson '14 @ 306-640-7087 


The 2023 Saga  AGM - Virtual Meeting via Zoom 
Tues. Jan. 17th, 2023 @ 7 pm 

Please check SAGA AGM tab for details to join the conversation



Irene Ahner '65 C came into possession of the 1944, '45, and '46 Greystone year books. With the help of other sources she found the history of women in the College and School of Agriculture.  Women such as Alice Munro '44C who was secretary of the ASA in 1943-44 and "a staunch crusader for the emancipation of women within the college". Roberta Phillips '44 S from Herschel, SK, who was the School of Agriculture Sheaf rep, Kathleen Hodson '44 S, from Rosthern who was the School of Agriculture Executive Secretary, and Ann Caton '47 C who was the ASA Dramatics Rep.
Read about these, and other interesting women, in Irene's Letter From a Prairie Chicken.

FRIENDS OF THE STONE BARN                   

This is to convey some of the information received during meetings earlier this year, to discuss some draft heritage principles, and to discuss the state of the Stone Barn in particular.  A third meeting, yet to be scheduled, will be discussing three other heritage buildings on campus.  If you have comments on the draft heritage principles, or ideas for how the Stone Barn might be repurposed: please do send them along.  We need to ensure both initiatives - how heritage buildings are assessed and managed into the future, and a vision for the Barn - receive thoughtful, careful - and creative - responses.  Thanks!

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This is the classic Saskatchewan story of communities coming together to fulfull a dream to construct the largest Agriculture teaching and research facility in Canada.

Click Here to purchase the Sodbuster's Vision Book.