Sask Polytech receives $15M boost toward construction of Saskatoon campus

Saskatchewan Polytechnic has received a $15M donation from Nutrien to support the construction of a new campus in Saskatoon. In recognition of this gift–which Sask Polytech says is the largest gift it has ever received from a corporate donor–the polytechnic has renamed one of its schools the Nutrien School of Mining, Manufacturing and Engineering Technologies. “Thank you to Nutrien for helping pave the way for state-of-the-art facilities, cutting-edge resources and an environment that inspires success in every learning journey,” said Sask Polytech President Dr Larry Rosia. The investment will also support further student training collaboration between Nutrien and Sask Polytech.

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