Manraj Sidhu of Mackenzie, B.C. has spent a large part of his life helping others, and that background was a key factor in his decision to pursue a veterinary career.
The day Kaitlyn McIntyre received her acceptance into the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) this spring, she faced an excruciating dilemma.
U of S faculty, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows were awarded $10.7 million by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) for fundamental research projects.
One small dog against 14 angry bulls doesn't sound like good odds. But that didn't stop Jango the blue heeler from jumping in to protect his owner.
During the week before Christmas in December 2016, Shannon Hamilton and John Kunard's dog Sookie went missing from their acreage near Shellbrook, Sask.
The Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) is dedicated to making a difference for animals and their owners in a community where the closest veterinarian is 250 kilometres away.
A new centre that will allow equine specialists to provide the best possible care for mares and foals and other sick horses is now open at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM).
While animals are usually the focus at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM), students, faculty and staff have also been learning about human health at the college’s new Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) workshops.
It's accreditation time for the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) this fall — and the veterinary college is ready.
The U of S One Health Leadership Experience (OHLE) is a three-day event that provides opportunities for health science students to learn more about One Health from some of the world's leading experts in the field.
On her cross-country travels to Vancouver Island, externship blogger Roxana Lelewski visited a number of veterinary practices from Ontario to B.C. Here's who she met along the way …
Like many veterinarians, Dr. Koji Aoki always knew what career path he wanted to follow.
Using the mail to preserve genetic diversity may sound odd to most people, but then again, most people don't work at Canadian Animal Genetic Resources in Saskatoon.