16
Oct
2020
Posted by: In: Business, Canada, Investment, Jobs, Mayoral candidates, Municipal Election, Politics, Saskatoon 2020 Municipal Election, Saskatoon City Hall, Saskatoon Civic Election, Saskatoon Mayor, Saskatoon Municipal Election, Saskatoon News

Saskatoon mayoral candidates pitch job creation ahead of 2020 civic election – Saskatoon

Creating and retaining jobs is top of mind for the six people running to be Saskatoon’s mayor in the 2020 civic election. Incumbent Charlie Clark said, if re-elected, he’ll focus on protecting jobs now and in the future. Read more: Saskatoon mayoral candidates meet in first debate of 2020…
06
Sep
2020
Posted by: In: Bison, Canada, Consumer, Coronavirus, COVID-19, dance performances, Playground, Renovations, Reopening, Restaurant, Trails, Wanuskewin Heritage Park

Wanuskewin Heritage Park reopens after being temporarily closed for roughly 6 months – Saskatoon

The parking lot at Wanuskewin Hertitage Park featured visitors in it for the first time since March. The park temporarily closed its doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic and renovations. The renos are part of a $40 million project that is nearly complete. Upgrades include those to inside the…
06
Jun
2014
Posted by: In: Gordon Wyant, government bidding, Government of Saskatchewan, Money, Politics, Priority Saskatchewan, Sask Politics, Saskatchewan Construction Association, SaskBuilds, Supreme Steel

Province addresses ‘unfair’ bidding process for government projects – Saskatoon

Watch the video above: Cabinet shuffle puts spotlight on province’s procurement policies SASKATOON – A group of Saskatchewan business owners have said other provinces are giving their companies competitive advantages when it comes to bidding on local government projects. Premier Brad Wall has tasked Saskatchewan’s Minister of Justice Gordon Wyant…
10
Feb
2014
Posted by: In: Education, Sask ED, SIIT, University of Saskatchewan

University of Saskatchewan business school partners with SIIT – Saskatoon

SASKATOON – The Edwards School of Business and the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) signed an agreement Monday that fast-tracks Aboriginal students to a U of S commerce degree. The partnership means that graduates of SIIT’s two-year business diploma program are now half way to completing a four-year U…