Saskatoon City Guide
Affectionately known as the “Hub City” due to its ideal location in central Canada, Saskatoon is filled with an array of opportunities and boasts one of the highest growing economies in Canada. Perfectly placed and situated on the edge of nature, the city of Saskatoon is vibrant and full of opportunities to energize the human spirit as you experience the culture and natural beauty in a relaxed environment.
The city of Saskatoon is a city like no other, with a rich history, culture and boasting some of mother nature’s most extraordinary landscapes it is a city that will take you on an unforgettable journey through time. Read more here.
Home to the world’s largest publically traded uranium company, the world’s largest potash producer and a leader in a host of other industries such as oil, gas, mining, agriculture and tourism, Saskatoon has a budding job industry that creates thousands of job opportunities each year. Read more here.
Residents of Saskatoon, also known as the “Bridge City”, enjoy a relatively low cost of living compared to other parts of Canada, with low unemployment levels, and very low utility costs the city is a very affordable place to settle. Read more here.
Saskatoon boasts some incredible neighborhoods with low crime rates. From the plush neighborhoods of City Park in the city’s downtown area to the relaxed family friendly neighborhoods of Caswell Hill, Saskatoon has it all. Read more here.
Quality education is fundamental and a top priority in Saskatoon as is the case in all of Canada. Be it daycare, public or private school or higher education, the city offers excellent facilities and standards all around. Read more here.
Saskatoon has no shortage of attractions and is called the “Paris of the Prairies” for good reason. Explore Wanuskewin Heritage Park, the imposing University of Saskatchewan, the Western Development Museum and a lot more. Read more here.