Council Highlights, March 2021

Council Highlights, March 2021

At this month’s meeting council received an update from Dr Hasselback, Suzanne Mahaffey, and Kelly Tokarchuk on behalf of the Saskatchewan Health Authority. While we are at a crossroads of optimism with vaccinations continuing, we must continue to do our best to keep variants of concern out of our city.

Council Highlights, February 2021

Council Highlights, February 2021

05 MAR 2021 City Council Highlights Categories Bus Rapid Transit City Council Highlights Climate Change COVID-19 Downtown Downtown Finances Growth Plan On My Mind Problem Solving Public Engagement Reconciliation Ride Sharing Roadways Safety Savings at City Hall...
Council Highlights, January 2021

Council Highlights, January 2021

50 people die each year in Canada from Carbon Monoxide poisoning. Following a recent averted disaster here in Saskatoon, it is clear that it’s necessary to learn from this and take action now. Currently, buildings that have been built before 2009 do not require a Carbon Monoxide alarm.

Saskatoon: We Stand Together

Saskatoon: We Stand Together

04 DEC 2020 Saskatoon: We Stand Together Categories Bus Rapid Transit City Council Highlights Climate Change COVID-19 Downtown Downtown Finances Growth Plan On My Mind Problem Solving Public Engagement Reconciliation Ride Sharing Roadways Safety Savings at City Hall...