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Saskatoon, SK

Saskatoon is the largest city in Saskatchewan with a population of approximately 240.000. There are 78 elementary schools and 14 high schools.

 

Economy

  • Potash
  • Oil
  • Agriculture

The world's largest publicly traded uranium company, Cameco, and the world's largest potash producer, PotashCorp, have corporate headquarters in Saskatoon. Nearly two-thirds of the world's recoverable potash reserves are located in the Saskatoon region.

 

Landmarks

Delta Bessborough

The Delta Bessborough hotel is a ten-story hotel located in downtown Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The hotel was completed in 1932 but due to financial difficulties did not open until late 1935. The hotel underwent a major renovation in 2003 returning many of its historical features.

River Landing

The development of River Landing presents an exciting social, cultural and commercial focus - a showcase and lasting legacy for the citizens of Saskatoon, the people of Saskatchewan, and proud Canadians.

River Landing Phase 1 has reclaimed the riverfront with the development of an exciting new park, the construction of the River Centre, the future River Landing Village, the future Remai Art Gallery of Saskatchewan, the Remai Arts Centre, and the “Prairie Wind” landmark.

River Landing Phase 1

The Phase 2 redevelopment project is designed to enhance the sustainability of downtown by reclaiming and developing the A.L. Cole "brownfield" and surrounding area - literally the front yard of Saskatoon’s downtown.

 

The Arts

The Mendel Art Gallery

The Mendel Art Gallery is an important community and heritage landmark, and an invaluable educational resource. It is one of the more popular and culturally significant tourist destinations in Saskatoon and Saskatchewan.

The growth in size and diversity of the permanent collection, exhibitions, public programs and audiences over the past 45 years has incited the Gallery to launch a $51-million project to design and build a new facility.

Persephone Theater

In 2007 the Persephone Theater moved into their new theatre facility, the Remai Arts Centre on River Landing. A beautiful glass-front building in the heart of downtown Saskatoon, the Remai Arts Centre holds both a 421 seat main stage theatre and a 100 seat flexible second stage.

The Persephone Theatre supports the development and production of new work and local playwrights.

 

Technology

The Canadian Light Source is the only synchrotron in Canada and is located on the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) campus. It is operated by CLS Inc., a not-for-profit corporation owned by the U of S.

 

Community Links and Amenities

Education

Festivals

Hospitals

  • Royal University Hospital
  • Saskatoon City Hospital
  • St. Paul's Hospital

Sports

Shopping Centres

Local Attractions

Blog Posts About: Local Attractions
This year we have had some great weather for many of our festivals and fairs. Living fairly close to Broadway and downtown this gives an excellent opportunity to check out everything that Saskatoon has to offer without starting up the car. One thing I've really enjoyed in the last few years at these major events is that a good amount now have a large, secure area to lock up your bikes. Taste of Saskatchewan ... Read More...
Posted by Ryan Souster on 2014-08-12
Why Willowgrove?     There are plenty of places in the city you can find single family homes, townhouses and Saskatoon condos for sale, but none as vibrant and on-the-grow as Willowgrove. Situated in the northeast area of Saskatoon, Willowgrove is a beautiful neighborhood that harkens back to more community-focused trends in urban development.  It’s a ‘best of both ... Read More...
Posted by Richard Germain on 2014-04-10

Construction and Expansion

Blog Posts About: Construction and Expansion
Caswell Hill got its name from an early homesteader, Robert Caswell, one of the Temperance Colonists of 1883. It's an area with a mix of beautiful character homes first built around 1905, tiny war-time houses, and newer houses.  Caswell Hill is a diverse community nestled between two thriving economic areas, the downtown core and 33rd Street. Streets are laid out east and west, avenues are laid ... Read More...
Posted by Jo-Anne Larre on 2013-10-10
The name Evergreen comes from the neighbourhood design to preserve two rows of 50-year-old Scots Pine trees as an urban forest surrounding the area. Not only for this reason does the name Evergreen suit the area, but multiple parks, open field and nature border the area as well. Among these ‘green’ areas include the Forestry Farm, agricultural research land, and a native prairie remnant ... Read More...
Posted by Kent Braaten on 2013-10-08

Community Events

Blog Posts About: Community Events
This year we have had some great weather for many of our festivals and fairs. Living fairly close to Broadway and downtown this gives an excellent opportunity to check out everything that Saskatoon has to offer without starting up the car. One thing I've really enjoyed in the last few years at these major events is that a good amount now have a large, secure area to lock up your bikes. Taste of Saskatchewan ... Read More...
Posted by Ryan Souster on 2014-08-12
This truck, affectionally named Snakebit, was recently auctioned off at the Barrett Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. Built, created, and donated by a team of experts from Saskatoon they were able to raise over $450,000! The truck, a 1956 Ford F-100 pickup truck that was merged with a Shelby Mustang and a 5.4-litre V8 engine, was auctioned off with the help of Saskatoon native ... Read More...
Posted by Kari Calder on 2014-01-27

Parks & Recreation

Blog Posts About: Parks & Recreation
With September long weekend just past, it means we are wrapping up on the end of summer. If you don’t quite feel like you have taken full advantage of your summer here in Saskatoon, here are some great ideas to do while the air is still warm and the sun is still shining! Head on down to Bus Stop Refreshments for some ice cream.Then perhaps enjoy that delicious ice cream while you walk along ... Read More...
Posted by Kent Braaten on 2013-09-04

Market Reports and Conditions

Blog Posts About: Market Reports and Conditions
Congratulations, you've decided to sell your home...now what? Selling your home can be a frustrating, expensive, and emotionally draining experience if you are not prepared for what can happen. Knowing what to expect when your house goes on the market can be half the battle of going through the process. Here's a sneak peak at what you can expect when you decide to put your house up for sale: First ... Read More...
Posted by Barry Chilliak on 2013-02-27
The strong Saskatchewan economy in 2012 was reflected in real estate sales in Saskatoon with a year over year increase in the average sale price of 7% and an increase of 5% in units sold. “Sales activity was quite strong in the first two quarters of 2012 compared to the latter half of the year. This cooling off is most likely a reflection of the federal government's changes to the mortgage rules ... Read More...
Posted by Ryan Souster on 2013-01-03

Restaurants / Bars / Coffee Houses

Saskatoon is fast becoming one of Canada's top food mecca's and the choices are endless. Downtown Saskatoon in particular, is home to over 100 restaurants and is fast becoming one of the 'it' places to be. There's even a website dedicated to reviews of every restaurant downtown Saskatoon has to offer. The guys at Lunchography.com are up to 45 reviews and show no signs of slowing down.   This ... Read More...
Posted by Kari Calder on 2013-09-25

Schools & Universities

Blog Posts About: Schools & Universities
In a recent article in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix I have found out that the French Immersion program in Saskatoon is expanding into two more schools in September of 2013. At Lakeview School in Saskatoon the number of French Immersion students has doubled in the past 5 years which has put it 20% over capacity. College Park School is in a similar boat with its French Immersion program being at 110% capacity. ... Read More...
Posted by Kari Calder on 2013-02-11
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