Join Sheila Coles and The Morning Edition team live from the University of Saskatchewan campus on Thursday, October 18 from 6:00-8:30 am as we launch CBC's exclusive look at the highly anticipated results of "Taking the Pulse" - the University of Saskatchewan's largest opinion survey ever conducted on the people of Saskatchewan. From immigration and Aboriginal issues, to crime and the economy, we'll reveal the attitudes and opinions reflected in the study on a range of important and controversial issues facing Saskatchewan people in 2012.
Directions to The Morning Edition live broadcast at U of S (main floor of the Arts Building):
Coffee and refreshments will be served.
Stay tuned for more exclusive coverage on Taking the Pulse:
Throughout the month of October, join us each day on The Morning Edition and CBC News: Saskatchewan at 5, 5:30 & 6 where we'll uncover and explore the compelling and sometimes surprising results from the survey. How do we feel about crime in our neighbourhoods? Do newcomers feel welcome in our community? What do the statistics reveal about our health and wellness? Is home-ownership attainable in a booming economy? How do our opinions measure up to the facts? Check back online with us starting October 18at cbc.ca/sask and click on "Taking the Pulse" to find out.
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