From cross-country to sledding and — the city offers many ways to exercise in the winter.
The City of Saskatoon has had a record number of water main breaks this year, leaving many residents without water for days at a time. In some cases, the repairs have taken up to a week.
Big Brothers Big Sisters provides the Saskatoon community with an experience that is based on friendship — something everyone desires and identifies with.
Attitudes towards Saskatoon’s 20th Street and its surrounding neighbourhoods may be changing for the better, but gentrification is at the heart of these supposedly positive changes.
The annual Saskatoon Blues Festival invites you to take a step back in time to the golden age of urban blues. From Feb. 24 – March 2 seasoned blues veterans and rookies alike can enjoy the smooth, finger-snapping tunes of artists from across the globe, courtesy of the Saskatoon Blues Society.
Saskatoon city council has decided to install two segregated bike lanes on 4th Avenue and 24th Street in downtown Saskatoon. This positive development will be beneficial to Saskatonians, especially in the midsts of biking season.
Written by Montreal-based playwright Evelyne de la Cheneliere, translated by Morwyn Brebner and directed by Gordon McCall, Strawberries in January takes place in present-day Montreal and features a number of familiar faces from Saskatoon making their main stage debut at Persephone theatre.
Vaccinations are back in supply across the city and on campus, though students are generally unaware or uninterested in getting vaccinated.
Saskatoon super group Friends of Foes has put all their pieces in the right place with their first full album release, Chronophobic.
Mayor Don Atchison has won the war on Christmas with the announcement that the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission has thrown out the complaint over “Merry Christmas!” being electronically displayed on public buses.