SIPP Policy Dialogue Number 13 Fall 2006
Whyte, John D.
Crowley, Brian Lee
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With the arrival of autumn, the policy community is active once again. Our university partners are abuzz with students and faculty, the House of Commons has begun its autumn sitting, and the Saskatchewan Legislature will also open soon. The policy agenda for the fall is broad and varied, and this issue of Policy Dialogue reflects the wealth of research and analysis going on both at the Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy and our friends and colleagues in Saskatchewan and across the country. I want to thank everyone for their contributions and hope you find this edition an enjoyable, stimulating read. If you have any comments, we hope to hear from you at email@example.com.