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  Inside the Ark: The Hutterites in Canada and the United States(New Edition)
(University of Regina Press) As the authors note in this new edition, "it is easy to find fault with any social organization, less easy to analyze it from a dispassionate standpoint." In this award-winning book, they offer a thoughtful and thorough analysis of Hutterite society and seek to understand a complex and often misunderstood community.
  Issue 4: 2005-06 Student Public Policy Essays
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) In his paper, Rehabilitating the Voluntary Sector Initiative: Rethinking Accountability and Creating Capacity, Mr. Boudreau analyzes the evolving relationship between governments in Canada and non-governmental agencies (NGO) and the role of NGOs in policy development. In his paper, The Effects of Religion on Subjective Well-being: An International Comparison, Mr. Gulka-Tiechko studies the effects of religion on the self-perceived level of well-being through an economic framework.
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  Making Faith Public: How Faith-Based Social Justice Groups in Regina use Religious Resources
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) This study uses interviews with leaders of faith-based justice groups in Regina to examine how they apply their religious resources for the goal of social change, and in this way make religious faith public.
  Mennonite Central Committee Saskatchewan Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) 2000 CHAPTER 01 An Act to provide for the Continuance of Mennonite Central Committee Saskatchewan Inc.
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  Not in Polite Company: Religious and Political Discursive Formations on Same-Sex Marriage
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) Following an open forum at the University of Regina, SIPP released its 10th Briefing Note on the question of the authority of religion on the issue of same-sex marriage. The four commentaries offer frameworks for thinking though the issue, which includes looking at the role the bible plays in the discussion, the definition of family, the view from an Anglican priest, and the complicated and sensitive relationship between religion and politics.
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  OC 257/2011 - Charitable or Religious Organizations Grants for $489,208 (Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority)
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  OC 327/2015 - T. Monz Consulting Inc. of Saskatoon, SK Funding Agreement for $237,600 – Exterior Preparation and Painting of the Holy Trinity Anglican Church at Stanley Mission in Lac La Ronge Provincial Park (Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport)
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  OC 370/2012 - Charitable or Religious Organizations Additional Grants for $295,386 (Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority)
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  R.S.S. 1930, Chapter 81 (1931-02-01) - The Religious Societies Land Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) HISTORICAL CHAPTER 81 An Act respecting the holding of Lands in Trust for Religious Societies and Congregations
  R.S.S. 1940, Chapter 99 (1941-02-01) - The Lands of Religious Societies Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) HISTORICAL CHAPTER 99 An Act respecting the holding of Lands in Trust for Religious Societies and Congregations
  R.S.S. 1978, Chapter R-19 (1979-02-26) - The Religious Societies Land Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) CHAPTER R-19 An Act respecting the holding of Lands in Trust for Religious Societies and Congregations
  Religion is About Life: Religious and Political Discursive on the Role of Faith in Politics
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) This briefing note is based on the public lecture held in Regina on April 5th with special guest speaker the Right Reverend Peter Short, Moderator, United Church of Canada. Rev. Short delivered a presentation entitled "Religion is About Life" to which Dr. Shadia Drury and Dr. Peter Bisson gave enlivened responses.
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