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Did you know that 1 in 10 Canadians has kidney disease? That’s 4 million Canadians! The Kidney Foundation of Canada is committed to eliminating the burden of kidney disease through our patient support services, public education programs, commitment to advancing kidney health and organ donation, and lifesaving research. The services we provide are available free of charge to people in Saskatchewan. Your donations make this possible. 

The Kidney Foundation’s annual March Drive campaign will be taking place during Kidney Health Month. Our Kidney Foundation volunteers will be active in your neighbourhood. Please give generously!

Want to have your say in how Saskatoon should grow its green network? 

As the city develops, the question of how green infrastructure can be weaved into the urban fabric while mitigating impacts, needs to be addressed.

Through a combination of research and public engagement, the City has identified 15 Emerging Priorities that are proposed to shape a vision for the future desired state of Saskatoon’s Green Network. We now are looking for input to determine which of the proposed Emerging Priorities residents prefer to see included in Desired State Vision.

Click here to take the Emerging Priorities Survey.

SURVEY DEADLINE: Tuesday, August 6, 2019.

WHAT: Open Trench Water Main Replacement in College Park WHEN: Beginning on June 10th WHERE: Acadia Drive from Harrington Street to Leddy Crescent

The City of Saskatoon (City) is installing new water mains beginning July. This work will take approximately 9 weeks to complete, weather permitting. Acadia Construction has been contracted to complete this work.
Please take note that the construction map has been modified. The work area includes the intersections of Acadia Drive and Harrington Street, and Acadia Drive and Leddy Crescent.

For full details, please view the construction notice provided by the City of Saskatoon.

The Saskatoon Municipal Wards Commission is seeking insight and information from citizens of Saskatoon as the Commission looks to establish new ward boundaries for the municipal/school boards’ elections in fall 2020.

Your feedback will help draw the lines!

Interested citizens are invited to review current ward boundaries and projected growth areas, and present their thoughts at the first of two public consultations:

Date: Wednesday, June 19, 2019 ( 7 PM)
Location: Committee Room "E" at City Hall (door No. 1 at 4th Avenue entrance)

Note: Public parking available in the City Hall staff lot after 6 PM

Written submissions are preferred; however, oral presentations may be made at the consultation. Once ward boundaries have been drafted, a second public meeting will be held in the fall to receive additional public input prior to a final decision being made.

Email submissions to or deliver written submissions to City Clerk’s Office, City Hall by 3 PM on June 19, 2019. Pleasure ensure your name and address is included.