Thursday May 28th at 7:30 PM - Luther Tower 22nd Floor (highest viewpoint in Saskatoon) 1223 Temperance ST The last 8 months or so at City Hall  have been busy and challenging to say the least.  This has caused me to reflect on the relationship between City Hall and citizens.  It is important...

Gathering your ideas for active transportation routes now The City is looking for your feedback on a new plan for connecting suburban neighbourhoods to the urban core with active transportation routes.  There is a quick survey you can fill out here.  There will also be a community discussion on Active...

"A pain in the Asphalt" The University Bridge will be closed on May 3rd for the remainder of the summer while the deck is replaced. There will be no lanes open for regular traffic, but on lane open for buses and emergency vehicles.  There will be one pedestrian walkway open...

How can Saskatoon become a transit city? I am part of a Saskatoon coalition that launched a 10-day campaign to raise awareness of the importance of transit in the life of a modern city. Saskatoon is at an important crossroads. Our city is growing and we need to make important...

In the last couple of days since Mayor Atchison conducted his radio interview about the Maclean’s story on racism, I have been in Edmonton at a conference about Winter Cities.  The emergence of this article and the reaction to it have been on my mind as I travel the streets...

The contract for apartment and condo (multi-unit) recycling is moving ahead with Cosmopolitan Industries, despite the confusion that was generated because the Multi Material Recycling Program is up in the air. (MMRP - a provincial funding program with money coming from the producers of packaging).  The similarity in the names doesn't help. ...

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