14MARCH 2020Find Three BuddiesOn Monday at the City of Saskatoon’s press conference updating the community on Covid-19, Medical Health Officer Dr. Johnmark Opondo told us to make sure that we each “find three buddies” to be in touch with as this virus unfolds. I have...
“Our roadways crews are working hard these days battling snow and ice one day and melting and drainage the next.
Over the past couple of years, the City and the University of Saskatchewan have been working together more strategically and more deliberately.
11FEB 2020Mayor Clark’s Statement on Western Economic Solutions Taskforce SummitI spent yesterday at the Western Economic Solutions Taskforce with municipal and federal leaders exploring solutions to the economic uncertainty being experienced in Western Canadian...
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.
As I look back on 2019, I’m proud of the work that our community has done to build a strong and thriving city—both now and for the generations to come. Here are just some of the highlights from the past year at City Hall.
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.
Below are some of the highlights from Council and Committee in November. Full agendas can be found at saskatoon.ca/meeting.
02DEC 20192020-21 BudgetMuch of the focus during budget time is on the tax increase. This is important, as it has an impact on every resident in the community. I am proud that this year we will bring in the lowest property tax increase in over a decade.But there is...
Mayor Clark in Ottawa for Western Economic Solutions Task Force; Meets with Prime Minister Trudeau and Deputy Prime Minister Freeland
Mayor Charlie Clark was in Ottawa yesterday for the first meeting of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities – Western Economic Solutions Task Force (WEST). While there, he also participated in a roundtable meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland and municipal leaders from across the country.