uSask suspends Emma Lake Kenderdine Campus operations

November 16, 2012

On Thursday, the University of Saskatchewan announced an immediate suspension of courses and activities at its Emma Lake Kenderdine Campus, north of Prince Albert. The suspension will be through to 2016, during which time the campus's future will be re-examined. The 77-year-old campus, which has maintained a focus on the arts and ecology, is in need of millions of dollars in repairs to bring it up to current standards -- money that uSask does not have at this time. The suspension is expected to save uSask $500,000 in operating expenses over 3 years. uSask On Campus News | CBC | Canadian Press