2 edition of Library service in Saskatchewan found in the catalog.
Library service in Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan. Library Inquiry Committee.
Bibliography: p. 68-70.
|Statement||John H. Maher: Chairman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
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The University of Saskatchewan has a WRDS (a business research platform) subscription which offers access to Compustat, CRSP, MSCI, and other data.. USask students or faculty members can register for access to this research platform on the WRDS Edwards School of Business IT Department will be sent a notice to approve your : Greg Wurzer. The Provincial Library assembles a Working Group, with representatives from each of the ten public library systems, to consider the development of Aboriginal library services in Saskatchewan. The group becomes known as the Committee for Aboriginal Library Services .
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