News/Updates

Jul 31, 2020

I know many families will be at the lake or away camping this weekend, but for those who are spending the long weekend in Saskatoon, here are some ideas for safe and fun events in our city. Wherever this weekend takes you, please stay safe and enjoy the beautiful summer weather!

Things To Do This Weekend In Saskatoon:

https://thestarphoenix.com/news/local-news/five-things-to-do-in-and-arou...


Jul 1, 2020

I hope that you've been enjoying the warmer weather while staying safe. June was a busy month across Saskatoon as many businesses and services started to reopen. I want to thank everyone for their work to flatten the curve and prevent the spread of Covid-19 in Saskatoon. We aren't out of the woods yet, so please continue to follow the advice of public health officials.


Jun 14, 2020

On Thursday, June 11th, City Council approved a plan to carefully re-open our City recreation facilities in line with Provincial guidelines.


Jun 7, 2020

Thank you to everyone who joined last week's Online Town Hall Meeting to ask questions or just to watch. Thank you again to Mayor Charlie Clark for joining and contributing to the conversation.

The reason Saskatoon is such an amazing place to live is because of times like this when we spend together as a community (even virtually). You contribute to making this city a great place to live. You care about how our community is impacted, you care about your neighbours, and you volunteer your time to help make a difference.


Jun 1, 2020

The last couple of months have been an interesting and challenging time for families across Saskatoon. While it's been tough to have our lives changed in such a significant way, as your Councillor I have seen people coming together from all walks of life to support one another. From people reaching out on social media to offer grocery pickup to neighbours checking in on each other, I am proud of how our community has responded to the challenges we are facing. While we have seen some positive news in the last few weeks in terms of Covid infections, I hope that we keep our guard up.


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