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CITY GUIDE
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Saskatoon is home to over 240,000 people and is located in the central portion of Saskatchewan along the South Saskatchewan River. The city covers 209.56 square kilometres near the communities of Grasswood, Eagle Ridge, Cathedral Bluffs, and Martensville. Saskatoon is surrounded by prairie grasslands and bodies of water, such as lakes, streams, and marshes.

Multiple highways run near and through the city, providing easy access to nearby communities. The city’s amenities include a university, parks, entertainment options, and a downtown business district.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
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Real Estate Market Overview

Saskatoon is an affordable city in which to own a home, with prices ranging from $200,000 to $450,000.

The northern section of Saskatoon features mostly low- to mid-priced single-family homes, as well as some affordable condo and row housing options. Newer-built homes are common along the edges of the city. Saskatoon’s central section has many single-family homes available at a range of prices, with the most expensive options located near the river. Vacant land is abundant here, and there are newer, more expensive condo options as well. The majority of the real estate in the southern section is mid-priced single-family homes on large lots. Condos and row houses can also be found here.


Condo Market

Condos can be found throughout the city and include a mix of newer and older buildings. Recently completed, The Brixton Phase 1 by Maxim Development offers 63 units in a 3-storey building, with prices ranging from around $185,000 to $280,000. Amenities at The Brixton Phase 1 include underground parking, a hotel-style lobby, two party rooms, storage lockers, and large balconies. Another recently completed building, Providence Phase II by Remai Group, is also 3 storeys and has 69 units available for prices ranging from $270,000 to $310,000. Amenities include an exercise room, a guest suite, and a meeting room.

The Banks – Riversdale by Le Fevre and Company Property Agents was also completed in the past couple of years and has amenities such as balconies, ground-level commercial space, courtyards, and underground parking. Prices for units range from around $220,000 to $650,000. Currently under construction is No. 1 River Landing by Urban Capital, which will be a 20-storey building with 125 units priced between $250,000 and $1 million. Building amenities will include a large lobby, a lounge, concierge service, and a fitness room.

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Employment

Saskatoon’s main industries include potash, oil, agriculture, and the more recently established digital media industry. Agricultural products include grains and livestock, while mining and extraction businesses, other than those already mentioned, include gas, uranium, gold, diamonds, and coal. There are also many companies that offer technology services and equipment to aid in the oil and gas, mining, and agriculture industries. Some of Saskatoon’s major employers include Cameco, PotashCorp, BHP Billiton (diamonds and specialty products unit), the Canadian Light Source, and the Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport. The city’s unemployment rate is around 6%, which is on par with the national rate.


Transportation

Public transportation service in the city is provided by Saskatoon Transit, which services around 25 routes throughout the city with its fleet of close to 190 buses. Numerous highways run in and near Saskatoon and provide fast and easy access to nearby communities, as well as helping the city transport many of the goods mined/extracted in the area. Other transportation options in the city include the Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport, Via Rail (passenger train), and Greyhound (long-distance bus).

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Schools

Saskatoon’s three main school boards – the Saskatoon Public School Division, the Saskatoon Catholic School Division, and the Conseil des Ecoles Fransaskoises – operate around 80 elementary schools and close to 15 high schools throughout the city. Private school options are also available.

Saskatoon’s post-secondary options include the University of Saskatchewan, St. Thomas More College, the First Nations University of Canada (Saskatoon campus), and Saskatchewan Polytechnic.


Family Life

The Remai Modern is an art museum featuring modern and contemporary works by local and international artists. Pieces include paintings, textiles, photographs, sculptures, mixed media, drawings, and other art forms. The museum has 11 galleries on three floors, as well as lounges, an onsite restaurant, play areas, a theatre, a store, and studios.

Kinsmen Park features the PotashCorp Playland, which has a Ferris wheel, a carousel, a train that visitors can ride, sandboxes, spray parks, climbing areas, greenspace, walking paths, treed areas, and benches. The park has no admission fees and is a popular spot for families in the summer months.

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