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On the job: Moving forward after the Humboldt Broncos

Respiratory Therapist grad Kelsey Thibault draws on her front-line experience to promote grief and trauma...

August 27, 2019

Giant Spirits: Yukio and Barbara Kitagawa

At 82, SAIT alumnus Yukio Kitagawa recently surpassed his fundraising goal of cycling 100,000 km — but he and his wife...

May 15, 2019

On the job: Building Calgary’s urban community from the ground up

How the pursuit of belonging led Calgary entrepreneur and artist Beni Johnson to become a purveyor of hip hop culture.

February 16, 2019


Hands on: Computer Numerical Control router table

Advances in CNC technology for precision tools like this router table let today’s cabinetmakers combine traditional woodworking savvy with computer aided manufacturing (CAM) software skills to create fixtures and furniture.

On the Job: The life of a railroader

Locomotive engineer Leslie Lukan drives 60 miles an hour with 14,000 tonnes and more than two miles of train...

September 25, 2019

On the job: Moving forward after the Humboldt Broncos

Respiratory Therapist grad Kelsey Thibault draws on her front-line experience to promote grief and trauma...

August 27, 2019

Build your professional network your way

Networking doesn’t have to be intimidating or time-consuming. Follow these tips from SAIT Career Advisor...

August 27, 2019


5 career tips for navigating today’s workforce

Career advisor An Tran says improving your essential skills is vital to standing out from the crowd of job seekers,...

July 25, 2019

Forage like a chef

As wild edible plants became a food trend, SAIT's Chef Andrew Hewson began to educate himself about foraging....

June 27, 2019

Cold comfort

Mike Allan of Routeique (left) teamed up with SAIT's Chris Zaal (right) to develop software that tracks...

June 27, 2019


Capturing the world in black and white

Despite our digital world, photographers still get hooked on working with film. This is how the chemistry...

May 23, 2019

Building on a legacy: Celebrating 15 years of the SAIT Cadmus Trades Teaching Chair Award

Unique in Canada, the Cadmus Trades Teaching Chair offers SAIT instructors a chance to explore new approaches...

May 23, 2019

Back to class for world-class

As WestJet’s fleet of 787 Dreamliner planes took to the skies this spring, the crew aboard showcased...

May 23, 2019


Giant Spirits: Yukio and Barbara Kitagawa

At 82, SAIT alumnus Yukio Kitagawa recently surpassed his fundraising goal of cycling 100,000 km — but he and his wife...

May 15, 2019

What we leave behind

The world is in the midst of a bequest boom — the largest transfer of money and possessions in human...

April 25, 2019

On the Job: The art of illusion

By day, SAIT graduate Gwyn Auger is a customer service agent, but her side gigs include social media...

April 25, 2019