Please see the following message from the City of Saskatoon.   The City of Saskatoon and Government of Saskatchewan continue to work collaboratively on the final details to prepare for the 30-space emergency shelter to be located at former Fire Station #5 (421 Central Avenue). All partners know that the way the shelter will operate is one of the most important questions on

  The Mustard Seed, a Canadian Christian non-profit will be managing the proposed 30 new emergency shelter beds (on the province’s behalf) at the building that formerly housed Fire Hall #5 at 421 Central Avenue in Sutherland.   Although the Sutherland Business Improvement District (SBID) boundary does not include the former fire hall location, we are interested in working with our BID’s businesses,

Please see the following message from the City of Saskatoon.   Help Us Understand Overgrowth in Back Lanes   The City of Saskatoon (City) addresses complaints regarding nuisance trees and overgrown vegetation in back lanes. The Community Standards Department typically conducts inspections based on approximately 1,000 complaints and requests per year, advising property owners to trim nuisance trees and overgrown vegetation in the back lanes

The Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce and Family Business Association of Saskatoon (FBAS) are joining forces to ensure Saskatoon’s family-owned and operated enterprises thrive into the future.   FBAS will maintain an independent board with its events, marketing and membership administered through the Chamber. Under the partnership, FBAS members will see a significant reduction in annual dues and members of both organizations

Please see the below message from the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce.   Economic benefits include job creation, local spending, talent retention and less sprawl   Saskatoon’s proposed entertainment district could deliver a billion dollar boost to the city’s economy according to an independent study released today by the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Saskatoon. The comprehensive study, prepared by Saskatchewan-based PRAXIS Consulting, forecasts $1.37


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