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Saskatoon, SK

Recognized as one of the best places to live in Canada, Saskatoon shines as a vibrant urban centre, successfully combining big city amenities with small town hospitality. The city is situated on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River, and has used this location to its full advantage with over 300 acres of breathtaking riverbank parks for everyone to enjoy. This cosmopolitan city of approximately 254,000 people (June 30, 2014 estimate) is proud of its multicultural heritage, and delights in current day arts with numerous festivals, galleries, clubs and special events.

Location & Environment

Saskatoon, a commercial and educational centre in the Province of Saskatchewan, is located 216 miles north of the U.S. border, 140 miles from the Alberta border and 215 miles from the Manitoba border. The city lies at the heart of the Canadian Prairies and maintains a worldwide reputation for safety, affordability, and hospitality.

The City of Saskatoon experiences four distinct seasons every year with mean temperatures ranging from normal highs of 25ºC (77°F) in July to normal lows of -23°C (-9°F) in January. The varying temperatures allow residents to take full advantage of  the activities that are available with the different seasons.

Transportation

Saskatoon has a newly renovated international airport located at the north end of the city. The expansion and renovation at the John G. Diefenbaker International Airport has increased passenger capacity by 75% since 2002, and accommodates numerous airlines with connections throughout the world.

Saskatoon is also connected to other large cities in Canada by major highways including Highway 16 from Winnipeg to Edmonton, and Highway 11, a four-lane highway with a direct connection to the Trans-Canada Highway at Regina. Additional transportation options to the rest of the country include both Via Rail and Greyhound Bus terminals. The Saskatoon Public Transit System and various taxi services offer excellent and reliable transportation within city limits.

Economy

The Saskatoon region is considered to have one of the most diversified economies in western Canada. There are 6 dominant industries within the region, including Mining and Energy; Manufacturing; Transportation; Life Sciences; Construction; and Agriculture. Saskatoon is proud to be a world leader in the science and technology community, conducting leading research and manufacturing innovative products in a wide variety of industry sectors. Research and development efforts are particularly active, largely due to the excellent collaboration between academics at the University of Saskatchewan and industry.

Source: City of Saskatoon, Neighbourhood Profiles, Dec. 2014.pdf

Local Attractions

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"The Paris of the Prairies" Please click on the link below to see more: http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/canada/saskatoon-saskatchewan/ Read More...
Posted by Dave Price on 2013-10-02

Construction and Expansion

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Rosewood is a developing community in the southeast corner of Saskatoon. Homes are set amongst a number of green spaces complete with walking paths, baseball diamonds and soccer pitches.             Read More...
Posted by Stewart Forrester on 2013-09-20
Briarwood is a residential neighbourhood located in the southeast part of Saskatoon. Unlike most Saskatoon neighbourhoods, which name streets to honour noteworthy individuals or places, Briarwood's streets all begin with the letter "B". This makes Briarwood and the neighbourhood of Eastview somewhat unique with their more generic street naming conventions. The land where Briarwood now exists ... Read More...
Posted by Jo-Anne Larre on 2013-08-20

Community Events

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Saskatoon's Premier Winter Festival starts this weekend!! PotashCorp WinterShines runs from January 25 to February 2 down at the River Landing Farmer's Market. There are several great events to entertain the whole family; World-Class Ice Carving Winter Camp in the City Warm the Heart Soup Cookoff Ice Park Petting Zoo Ice Rink Sleigh Rides Pony Rides and much more! Take a look at their ... Read More...
Posted by Chilliak Realty on 2014-01-22
October is due to be a busy month in Saskatoon! There's a ton of great festivals and events coming up, so before the snow starts hitting the ground, take the opportunity to get out in the fresh air and take in some of the events going on in our fine city! Here are some great activities coming up this month: Kitchen and Bath Expressions Design Show – This show runs from October 3-6 at TCU ... Read More...
Posted by Barry Chilliak on 2013-10-04

Parks & Recreation

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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

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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

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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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