The provincial government has provided all municipalities in the province with per capita funding for infrastructure improvements, and the City of Saskatoon is eligible for $35.53M from this program.
In April City Council made decisions on the City’s spring and summer operations. There were a series of principles that the City used in this work, with public health and safety as the most important.
Over the past couple of years, the City and the University of Saskatchewan have been working together more strategically and more deliberately.
City of Saskatoon staff have provided a report outlining how different departments in the City are responding to the TRC Calls to Action. It is incredible to see the range of work underway and to see how staff are embracing this work, from Transit to Planning to Urban Design to Police and TCU Place.
The City administration has been doing work to figure out what sort of impacts a changing climate will have on the City of Saskatoon—and what sort of precautions we can take to minimize these risks.