University of Saskatchewan theses and dissertations can be found either in the library catalogue or in the USask eCommons. If the thesis or dissertation was completed prior to 2007, it is possible that the thesis/dissertation has not yet been scanned and entered into the eCommons; contact your liaison librarian (contact details are on the "home" tab of this guide) for assistance.
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