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Did you know? 1 in 10 Canadians has Kidney Disease

During the Month of March volunteers will be going door to door asking for donations on behalf of The Kidney Foundation.

The Saskatchewan Branch of The Kidney Foundation of Canadais committed to reducing the burden of kidney disease by funding innovative research, providing educationand support, and increasing public awareness of kidney health and organ donation.

Please give generously when a volunteer knocks on your door during the month of March. Funds raised support patient programs and services.

Volunteers will be able to write you an official tax receipt at the door

To learn more visit: www.kidney.ca/sk/marchdrive or call 306-664-8588

Coyote in the field

As with most cities, it is common to see wildlife in Saskatoon.  Animals that can be seen in Saskatoon include coyotes, skunks, foxes, moose, deer, rabbits, porcupines, beavers, muskrats and many others. The City of Saskatoon offers some limited services related to wildlife.

If you have concerns about wildlife in Saskatoon please call Urban Biological Services at 306-975-3300.  If there is an emergency after hours, please call the 24 hour customer service center at 306-975-2476.  For concerns about larger animals (e.g. moose, deer, bears) contact the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment at 306-933-6240.

Our new online registration system is now open! You may register for programs until 6:00 pm on Friday, January 11, 2019.

You may also register in person on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 from 6:00-7:00 pm in the College Park School Library.

For a list of programs please visit our program page.

To register online, please visit our registration page.

If you experience technical difficulties with the online registration form, please e-mail webmaster@collegeparksaskatoon.com.