Feature Story: The Conversation: Far-right yellow vest extremists threaten Saskatchewan's economy

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2019-05-01
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University Advancement & Communications, University of Regina
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University Advancement & Communications, University of Regina
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For the first time in generations, international migration has helped to fuel Saskatchewan's population growth. "Suddenly," wrote Saskatchewan-based columnist Tammy Robert in Maclean's in 2017, "Saskatchewan was the place to be - not the place to be from." Starting in 2007, for almost a decade, a prolonged resource-led boom drew domestic and international migrants, reshaping the demographics of the province's urban centres and rural hinterlands.

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Andrew Stevens, Faculty of Business Administration
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