University of Saskatchewan
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University of Saskatchewan Employee Review

Good experience of teaching North Canadian students

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14 July 2014
very good, I worked as TA and working environment was very good, Had opportunity to work with highly qualified people.
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  1. Good experience of teaching North Canadian students