The Province has formalized regulations around the use of electric scooters in the province: New regulations enable municipalities to allow e-scooters on roads.   This may generate questions about what this means for e-scooters in Saskatoon. According to the City: "E-scooter use is still subject to the municipality having a bylaw in place, which we do not yet have in Saskatoon."   Here is some

Proposed Changes to Property Tax Model Welcome Chamber recommendations included in independent report   Small and medium size businesses could benefit the most from proposed changes to Saskatchewan’s property tax model based on an expert study commissioned by the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities (SUMA) that outlines how the model could be made more simple, fair and transparent.   The third-party report was prepared by the International

City of Chernivtsi now caring for 150,000+ displaced people   SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN – April 14, 2022 – Community and business leaders are uniting behind a fundraising effort to purchase and transport vital equipment and supplies to Saskatoon’s sister city in Ukraine following an urgent request for help sent to Mayor Charlie Clark from Chernivtsi Mayor Roman Klichuk.   First responders in Chernivtsi have also

Please see the below message from the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce.   COVID Mandates and Protocols Set to End in February   Today the province announced its plan to end the Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test policy on February 14th along with the end of the public health order effective February 28th.   Effective February 14th businesses that are currently mandated to require proof of vaccination or a negative test


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