A Saskatoon resident is taking drug-related harm reduction into his own hands.
City running in Saskatoon can quickly turn into an extreme sport.
The view of the river from outside the Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan tents is as appealing as ever, upstaged only by the drama taking place inside.
If you’ve paid any attention to local matters lately, you’ve no doubt read the scandalous news about our dear city: according to Statistics Canada, Saskatoon is now the most dangerous city in the country.
It’s that time of the year again, when it’s sweltering outside and you forget that taking the Broadway Bridge home means you will be sitting in traffic for practically an eternity. Luckily, the Fringe Festival is here to lift your mood!
Despite the efforts of some to change the perception of the river on a hot summer’s day, a sandbar is not a beach and some of us seem to be forgetting that.
Saskatoon is going through a period of major growth and expansion. That said, the trajectory of our expansion is misdirected and threatens to cause the city more harm than good.
Claire Marsh's experience in her summer student position with OUTSaskatoon is about to reach a high point during Saskatoon Pride 2015.
As the city of Saskatoon reroutes its commuters to accommodate the closure of the University Bridge, an opportunity to increase public transit ridership and improve the present transit system has also arisen.
How do more than 50 vehicles get broken into and looted in the course of a few hours, while University of Saskatchewan students and staff sleep just steps away from the scene of the crime?