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