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Online city map relaunched
By Jeremy Warren, The StarPhoenix
May 11, 2012


The city relaunched its online interactive map to revive interest in the application after years of declining use.

The iMap program on the city's website offers residents a place to find locations and details of city leisure centres, parks, schools and emergency services and other points of interest in Saskatoon. The new iMap offers improved navigation and search capability compared to the old version introduced several years, said Kevin Peacock, city manager of corporate information services. "The old product was clunky and slow and took many clicks to find information," Peacock told reporters at the launch on Thursday. "We've made it a lot easier for people to use. The mapping is fast and detailed." [...]

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Great Map - Link can be found here > Saskatoon iMap and in my signature line.
Not half bad. A little slow but overall it's great!
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The new iMap is much better than the old one. A little slow though.
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Warman named as site of big box retail development
By TERRY PUGH

A major 250,000 square foot shopping centre is in the works for Warman.

The new centre, to be known as Stonegate at Warman, will feature big box retail stores, a large grocery store, free standing restaurants and financial institutions. A hotel is also a possibility. The development will be situated on 30 acres of land north of Warman at the intersection of the new Highway 305 and Range Road 3050 (also known as Centennial Boulevard or Neuhorst Road).

Construction, including land servicing and road improvements, is expected to begin in 2013, with completion of the retail spaces slated for 2014.

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Church, Rogers agree on cross-bearing cell tower

Does anyone on here know anything about these or this plan specifically? The current tower is apparently atop the Scott Forget towers on Louise and Rogers Communications said they are being forced to move the tower to a new location. I have a relative in the proposed area and the "community meeting" the other night was nothing short of a "Gong Show" and Rogers reps were pretty busy lying through their teeth... anyone got anything on this??

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Rogers Communications and a Saskatoon church are planning to erect a cell tower adorned with a cross in the church’s parking lot, pending a community consultation.
Preston Avenue Community Church (http://pacc.sasktelwebsite.net/) Pastor Roy Hewko said Sunday the church is enthusiastic about an artist rendering of the 30-metre tower that has a cross at the top.
“A cross is a very important symbol for us,” he said.
Matching cell towers with crosses isn’t a new idea—cell towers shaped crosses or incorporated into church steeples are becoming more common across North America.

A 30-metre cell phone tower is proposed for the Preston Avenue Jessica Smith/Metro Saskatoon Community Church in Saskatoon.
http://metronews.ca/news/saskatoon/6...ng-cell-tower/ Page 1 of 3
Church, Rogers agree on cross-bearing cell tower church steeples are becoming more common across North America.
Church board member Mervin Hartman said he likes that the cross will be visible from a distance.
“The cross is important to us because our savoir died on the cross and rose from there. That’s something we believe and it’s important to us,” he said.
The Church has agreed to lease the small area of the parking lot to Rogers for an undisclosed amount of money, contingent on Rogers getting approval for the tower through a community consultation process
A Rogers spokesperson was unavailable to speak about the issue on Sunday.
A public meeting will be held at the church on May 10 as part of Industry Canada’s required consultation process for cell towers near residential neighbourhoods.
Hewko said he is prepared for some questions from the church’s neighbours, but the congregation is supportive of the idea.
Doreen Wilson, who lives a couple doors down from the church, is opposed.
“It’s something we feel shouldn’t be placed in a residential area,” she said. “I don’t know why they can’t put it in the middle of the bush or a park some place.”
She’s concerned about the tower decreasing property values and said she worries about possible long- term impacts on health. She also doesn’t like the proposed look of the tower.
(http://metronewsca.files.wordpress.c...dwin.jpg?w=160) “The cross has nothing to do with it. We just don’t want the ugly thing there,” she said.
Ward Coun. Charlie Clark said he also has concerns about the impact of the tower on the neighbourhood and he will learn more about the issue and residents’ views prior to the community meeting.
“It doesn’t seem like an ideal location to me,” he said, adding that the federal government has jurisdictio over telecommunications towers.
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Warman named as site of big box retail development
By TERRY PUGH

A major 250,000 square foot shopping centre is in the works for Warman.

The new centre, to be known as Stonegate at Warman, will feature big box retail stores, a large grocery store, free standing restaurants and financial institutions. A hotel is also a possibility. The development will be situated on 30 acres of land north of Warman at the intersection of the new Highway 305 and Range Road 3050 (also known as Centennial Boulevard or Neuhorst Road).

Construction, including land servicing and road improvements, is expected to begin in 2013, with completion of the retail spaces slated for 2014.

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http://www.ccgazette.ca/wp/?p=1407
Hmmm, even more reason to start charging a commuter toll on Warman Road. Now they won't even be spending their money in Saskatoon, to help pay for the roads.
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Hmmm, even more reason to start charging a commuter toll on Warman Road. Now they won't even be spending their money in Saskatoon, to help pay for the roads.
Not a fan of the concept of toll roads. Usually they are used to raise money to pay for a new road or bridge.

I am guessing this development is probably a big box store and strip mall development. Main street type development would have been nicer. Not all that exciting, however the concept of having more employment (even if just retail) in that area is not bad. That provides the opportunity for a number of people who live in Warman and Martinville to actually work in the community instead of commuting into Saskatoon.

The customers these stores will attract are people who may have been driving into Saskatoon for shopping, again a good move all around. The shops in Saskatoon will do fine, the population of the city is also expanding.
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Rogers Communications and a Saskatoon church are planning to erect a cell tower adorned with a cross in the church’s parking lot, pending a community consultation.
Preston Avenue Community Church (http://pacc.sasktelwebsite.net/) Pastor Roy Hewko said Sunday the church is enthusiastic about an artist rendering of the 30-metre tower that has a cross at the top.
“A cross is a very important symbol for us,” he said.
Matching cell towers with crosses isn’t a new idea—cell towers shaped crosses or incorporated into church steeples are becoming more common across North America.
I am more surprised by the fact that Rogers is building a new tower, period, than anything else. Rogers has not touched their Saskatchewan network in years, and are notorious for the reputation of having the worst cellular network in the province.

EDIT: My surprise was premature. I just now read the "...current tower is apparently atop the Scott Forget towers on Louise and Rogers Communications said they are being forced to move the tower to a new location" part. So no new tower per se, just a relocation.

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South Bridge Project

A few shots of our South Bridge Project not seen from the web cam.


^^ Looking north.


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^^ Looking west at Montgomery Place.


^^ Looking west at Montgomery Place.


^^ Looking west at Montgomery Place.


^^ Looking north into downtown with River Landing in the foreground.
Taken from the south bridge project with a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ150 at 600mm.
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Cameco Announces Agreement to Acquire NUKEM
By Marketwire. May 14, 2012 08:55 AM EDT


SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN -- (Marketwire) -- 05/14/12 -- Cameco (TSX:CCO) (NYSE:CCJ) announced today it has signed an agreement with Advent International to purchase NUKEM Energy GmbH (NUKEM), one of the world's leading traders and brokers of nuclear fuel products and services.

Under the agreement, Cameco will pay Advent and other shareholders EUR105 million ($136 million (US)) on closing subject to certain adjustments. Cameco will receive benefits of owning NUKEM and the obligation for the company's net debt of EUR127 million ($164 million (US)) as of January 1, 2012. As a result of cash generated from its ongoing business activities, NUKEM is expected to significantly reduce the balance of its debt prior to closing. [...]

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NUKEM. What genious came up with that company name? Thats like naming and oil shipping company "Spill"
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NUKEM. What genious came up with that company name? Thats like naming and oil shipping company "Spill"
Thats why I posted it. I got a pretty good chuckle from it.
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NUKEM. What genious came up with that company name? Thats like naming and oil shipping company "Spill"
They really drove the point home with their slogan, too: If you can't beat 'em, NUKEM.
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NUKEM. What genious came up with that company name? Thats like naming and oil shipping company "Spill"
Hilarious.
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Thanks for the pics Jerry! Those Panasonics are really nice. Can't go wrong with a big zoom
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Thanks for the pics, Jerry! Saskatoon is sure looking good from here!

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Anyway, like yeah! Not enough time on my hands! Seriously!! From that list (the link provided by The Bess from this forum from the other day), I’ve sorted, isolated and posted the projects located in Regina and Saskatoon in their respective forums, if anyone is interested. I did not include nearby projects, just ones listed in Regina and Saskatoon, and this list may not be comprehensive. Sorry, can’t format tables in this silly forum editor, so I’ve highlighted a couple of columns for each item listed, if that makes navigating this chart any easier!

Saskatoon 2012 Major Projects
Company, Project, Location, Value in $ Millions, Start Year, End Year, Phase, Remarks

AGRICULTURE
1. Maple Leaf Foods, Meat Processing Plant Expansion, Saskatoon, 45.0, 2012, 2013, 2, Complete Early/2013

COMMERCIAL/RETAIL
2. BizHub Development/ Concorde Group of Companies , BizHub Industrial Park, Saskatoon, 250.0, 2007, 2012, 3, 300 Acre Industrial Development On-Going
3. Canada Safeway, New Safeway Store - University Heights Square, Saskatoon, 10.0, 2010, 2012, 3
4. Cara Operations Ltd., New Montana's Cookhouse 1840 McOrmond Drive, Saskatoon, 5.0, 2012, 2012, 3
5. Comfort Inn and Suites, New Comfort Inn Hotel Hwy 16 & Bill Hunter Ave., Saskatoon, 9.0, 2011, 2012, 3
6. Earl’s Restaurant Ltd. , New Restaurant Stonebridge Shopping Centre, Saskatoon, 4.5, 2009, 2012, 2
7. Edgar Properties , New Office/Retail 275 2nd Avenue, Saskatoon, 50.0, 2009, 2012, 3
8. English River First Nation , New Hotel (Grasswood Urban Reserve), Saskatoon, N/A, 2010, 2012, 2
9. Federated Co-operative Ltd., Upgrades to Home Centre - Avenue C, Saskatoon, 7.0, 2010, 2012, 3
10. Federated Co-operative Ltd., New Gas Bar & Convenience Store - Avenue C, Saskatoon, 3.0, 2011, 2012, 3
11. Federated Co-operatives Ltd., Distribution Centre Expansion 1st Ave. & 45th St., Saskatoon, 30.0, 2011, 2012, 3
12. Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites , New Downtown Hotel 101 Pacific Ave., Saskatoon, 40.0, 2008, 2012, 3
13. ICR Commercial Real Estate, New Office Building 23rd St. & Wall St., Saskatoon, 10.0, 2011, 2012, 3, Completion Summer 2012
14. Pillar Development Corporation , New Office (141 Pacific Ave.), Saskatoon, 8.0, 2009, 2012, 3
15. SARCAN, New SARCAN Processing Plant - 3720 Kochar Ave., Saskatoon, 4.0, 2010, 2012, 3
16. Saskatchewan Blue Cross, Office Addition and Renovations, Saskatoon, 20.0, 2011, 2012, 3, Const. Summer/2012
17. Sobey’s , New Grocery Store Clarence Ave. S., Saskatoon, 7.0, 2009, 2012, 3
18. Station 20 West , "Community Centre, Grocery Store, Library, Housing", Saskatoon, 6.0, 2006, 2012, 3, Open Summer 2012
19. Tonko Realty Advisors Ltd., New Office Building - 475 2nd Ave. S., Saskatoon, 30.0, 2011, 2012, 3
20. VJ Management, New Hampton Inn Hotel Stonebridge Area, Saskatoon, 9.0, 2011, 2012, 3
21. Affinity Credit Union, Remodelling of First Nations University to Affinity Head Office, Saskatoon, 13.0, 2012, 2013, 3
22. Ens Toyota, New Automobile Dealership Brand Road, Saskatoon, 6.0, 2012, 2013, 3
23. Kidrachuk Agrey Architecture, New Office Building 612 Main Street, Saskatoon, 22.0, 2012, 2013, 2, Construction Fall/2012
24. Lowe's Canada, New Lowe's Store - Blairmore, Saskatoon, 12.0, 2012, 2013, 2, Upon Zoning Approval
25. Redcliff Realty Group, Market Mall Expansion, Saskatoon, 90.0, 2012, 2013, 3
26. Target Canada Corporation, New Target Store The Mall at Lawson Heights, Saskatoon, 10.0, 2012, 2013, 2, Construction Summer/2012
27. The Forzani Group, New SportChek Betts Avenue, Saskatoon, 5.0, 2012, 2013, 2, Construction Summer/2012
28. Wal-Mart Canada Corporation, Wal-Mart Expansion Preston Avenue North, Saskatoon, 10.0, 2012, 2013, 2
29. Federated Co-operatives Ltd., New Gas Bar & Convenience Store - Bettes Avenue, Saskatoon, 4.0, 2012, 2014, 2
30. ZU.COM , Conversion of Warehouse to Offices – 303 Pacific Ave., Saskatoon, 50.0, 2009, 2014, 3, On-going
31. Aerogreen Business Park , 50?Acre Mixed Business Park /Hotel, Saskatoon, 10.0, 2009, 2015, 3, On-Going
32. Victory Majors Investments, New Retail/Office/Hotel Complex, Saskatoon, 250.0, 2008, 2015, 2, Formerly Lake Placid
Total COMMERCIAL/RETAIL: 984.5 M

INFRASTRUCTURE
33. City of Saskatoon, New Blairmore & Confederation Lift Station, Saskatoon, 5.0, 2009, 2012, 2
34. City of Saskatoon, Drinking Water Reservoir Expansion, Saskatoon, 21.4, 2009, 2012, 3, Avenue H & 42nd Street - Building Canada Fund
35. City of Saskatoon, Landfill Gas Collection System, Saskatoon, 10.0, 2010, 2012, 3, Provincial/Territorial Base Fund
36. City of Saskatoon, New Power Generator Landfill Site, Saskatoon, 2.0, 2010, 2012, 3, Construction Spring 2012
37. City of Saskatoon, New Interchange - Highways 7 & 14, Saskatoon, 10.0, 2011, 2012, 3
38. City of Saskatoon, CUC Upgrades, Saskatoon, 5.5, 2006, 2012, 3, On Going
39. City of Saskatoon, Flood Control Pipelines, Saskatoon, 7.8, 2009, 2012, 3, Building Canada Fund
40. City of Saskatoon, Neighbourhood Revitalization Pleasant Hill, Saskatoon, 40.0, 2009, 2012, 3
41. City of Saskatoon, New Fire Hall – North West, Saskatoon, 5.8, 2006, 2012, 3
42. City of Saskatoon, 25th Street Extension, Saskatoon, 9.9, 2009, 2012, 3
43. City of Saskatoon, Circle Drive South Bridge, Saskatoon, 300.0, 2008, 2012, 3
44. City of Saskatoon, New Sound Attenuation Wall - Circle Dr. & Boychuk Dr., Saskatoon, 5.0, 2010, 2012, 3
45. City of Saskatoon, City Wide Bicycle Network, Saskatoon, 2.0, 2011, 2012, 3, Provincial/Territorial Base Fund
46. City of Saskatoon, Twinning of Wanuskewin Road, Saskatoon, 6.3, 2011, 2012, 3, Provincial/Territorial Base Fund
47. City of Saskatoon, Water Main Renewal Phase 1 & 2, Saskatoon, 11.6, 2011, 2012, 3, Infrastructure Stimulus Fund
48. Remax Gaurdian Commercial Real Estate Services, Aero Green Business Park Infrastructure - Airport Dr., Saskatoon, 10.0, 2011, 2012, 3
49. City of Saskatoon, Destination Infrastructure Centre, Saskatoon, 51.0, 2009, 2013, 2, River Landing - Building Canada Fund
50. City of Saskatoon, New Fire Hall – South, Saskatoon, 7.0, 2011, 2013, 2
51. City of Saskatoon, New Compost Processing Facility, Saskatoon, 40.0, 2011, 2013, 2, Const. 2012
52. City of Saskatoon, New Traffic Bridge - Victoria Ave., Saskatoon, 34.0, 2011, 2013, 3
53. City of Saskatoon, "Community Centres – Willowgrove, Stonebridge, Hampton Village", Saskatoon, 13.0, 2009, 2013, 3, On-going
54. City of Saskatoon, City Residential Land Development, Saskatoon, 15.0, 2011, 2013, 3, Sask. Infrastructure Growth Fund
55. City of Saskatoon, Enhanced Disinfection System, Saskatoon, 7.2, 2012, 2013, 3, Provincial/Territorial Base Fund
56. City of Sasktoon, New Landfill Wind Turbine, Saskatoon, 5.0, 2011, 2013, 2, Construction Summer/2012
57. City of Saskatoon , Waste Water Treatment Plant, Saskatoon, 130.0, 2004, 2014, 3, On-Going
58. Saskatoon Airport Authority , Expansion of Terminal Building, Saskatoon, 105.0, 2008, 2014, 3, On-Going
59. City of Saskatoon, New Fire Hall/Training Facility, Saskatoon, 15.2, 2006, 2015, 2
60. City of Saskatoon, New Neighbourhood Development Hampton Village, Saskatoon, 23.3, 2005, 2017, 3, On?Going
61. City of Saskatoon, New Neighbourhood Development Stonebridge, Saskatoon, 3.3, 2005, 2017, 3, On?Going
62. City of Saskatoon, New Neighbourhood Development – Willowgrove, Saskatoon, 25.3, 2005, 2017, 3, On?Going
63. City of Saskatoon, "New Neighbourhood Development – Evergreen, Rosewood, Blairmore, N. Industrial", Saskatoon, 103.0, 2009, 2017, 3
Total INFRASTRUCTURE: 1029.6 M

INSTITUTIONAL: EDUCATION
64. Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division/Ministry of Education , St. Mary Community School - New Replacement School, Saskatoon, 15.5, 2009, 2012, 3
65. University of Saskatchewan, College Quarter Student Housing Phase 2, Saskatoon, 35.4, 2010, 2012, 3
66. University of Saskatchewan/Saskatchewan Housing Authority, College Quarter Student Housing Phase I, Saskatoon, 36.0, 2009, 2012, 3
67. Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division/Ministry of Education, Georges Vanier Elementary Renovations, Saskatoon, 8.0, 2001, 2013, 3
68. Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division/Ministry of Education, Holy Cross High School Restoration and Renovations, Saskatoon, 14.3, 2011, 2013, 3
69. Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division/Ministry of Education , E.D. Feehan High School Renovations, Saskatoon, 5.6, 2009, 2013, 3
70. University of Saskatchewan, College Quarter Graduate Student Housing, Saskatoon, 38.9, 2010, 2013, 3
71. Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division/Ministry of Education , Willowgrove RCS New Neighbourhood School, Saskatoon, 18.6, 2010, 2014, 3
72. Saskatoon Public School Division/Ministry of Education , Willowgrove Public New Neighbourhood School, Saskatoon, 21.7, 2010, 2014, 3
73. "University of Saskatchewan / Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration", Academic Health Sciences Addition (phased construction), Saskatoon, N/A, 2003, 2014, 3, Construction on?going on wings D & E
Total INSTITUTIONAL: EDUCATION: 194.0 M

INSTITUTIONAL: HEALTH
74. Amicus Health Care Inc., New Long-Term Care Facility - 373 Cornish Rd., Saskatoon, 27.0, 2010, 2012, 3
75. Brightwater Senior Living, New Stonebridge Memory Care Home - 102 Wellman Cres., Saskatoon, N/A, 2011, 2012, 3, Complete Winter/2012
76. Saskatoon Health Region, Royal University Hospital Pharmacy, Saskatoon, 6.0, 2011, 2012, 3
77. Saskatoon Health Region, St. Paul's Hospital Additional Surgery Beds, Saskatoon, 6.0, 2011, 2012, 3, Complete Summer/2012
78. Saskatoon Health Region, St. Paul's Hospital Fourth Floor Renovations, Saskatoon, 5.0, 2011, 2013, 2
79. Saskatoon Health Region, Royal University Hospital Parkade Addition, Saskatoon, 28.0, 2011, 2013, 3
80. Saskatoon Mennonite Care Services Inc., Bethany Manor Senior Housing / Long Term Care Facility, Saskatoon, 105.0, 2011, 2014, 2, Pinehouse Dr. & LaRonge Rd.
81. Saskatchewan Health, New Children’s Hospital, Saskatoon, 220.0, 2007, 2015, 2
Total INSTITUTIONAL: HEALTH: 397.0 M

INSTITUTIONAL: NON-HEALTH/EDUCATION
82. Canadian Light Source/ University of Saskatchewan , New Canadian Innovative Materials Research Centre, Saskatoon, 15.0, 2009, 2012, 1, Seeking Partnerships
83. City of Saskatoon, New Hampton Village Fire Station - McClocklin Rd., Saskatoon, 7.0, 2010, 2012, 2
84. City of Saskatoon , New Fire Station Hampton Village/Junor Ave., Saskatoon, 5.0, 2010, 2012, 2
85. Saskatchewan Government Services, Sturdy Stone Centre - Second Floor, Saskatoon, 2.5, 2011, 2012, 3
86. University of Saskatchewan , Dairy Research & Testing Facility, Saskatoon, 4.0, 2009, 2012, 2
87. City of Saskatoon, New Stonebridge Fire Station - Melville St., Saskatoon, 7.0, 2010, 2013, 2
88. City of Saskatoon , New Police Station 25th Street West, Saskatoon, 122.0, 2010, 2013, 3
89. Saskatchewan Government Services, Provincial Correctional Centre HVAC - Main, Saskatoon, 2.3, 2012, 2013, 3
90. Saskatchewan Government Services , Sturdy Stone Centre Renovations, Saskatoon, 3.5, 2009, 2013, 3
91. Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, New Remand Centre - 60th St. E., Saskatoon, 90.0, 2011, 2014, 1
92. Francis Morris Library , Expansion, Saskatoon, 55.0, 2007, 2014, 2, Construction Late 2012
93. Saskatchewan Government Services / Saskatchewan Justice , Queens Bench Court House Renovation/Addition, Saskatoon, 31.2, 2009, 2014, 3
Total INSTITUTIONAL: NON-HEALTH/EDUCATION: 344.5 M

POWER
94. SaskPower, Queen Elizabeth Repowering, Saskatoon, 28.0, 2012, 2012, 1
95. SaskPower, Saskatoon East Switching Station, Saskatoon, 2.5, 2012, 2012, 3
96. SaskPower, Saskatoon Service Centre Expansion, Saskatoon, 2.5, 2012, 2012, 3
Total POWER: 33.0 M

RECREATION AND TOURISM
97. City of Saskatoon, Kinsmen Park Redevelopment - Spadina Cr. & 25th St., Saskatoon, 10.0, 2010, 2012, 2, Const. Spring/2012
98. City of Saskatoon , New Mayfair Pool 1025 Ave. F. North, Saskatoon, 5.0, 2009, 2012, 3
99. Meewasin Valley Authority , New Interpretive Centre, Saskatoon, 10.0, 2010, 2012, 1
100. City of Saskatoon , New Recreation Facility Willowgrove, Saskatoon, 6.0, 2010, 2013, 3
101. City of Saskatoon, Gordie Howe Bowl Renovations, Saskatoon, 10.0, 2011, 2014, 2, Phased Construction
102. City of Saskatoon , Remai Art Gallery of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, 72.0, 2009, 2014, 2, Const. Anticipated Early 2013
Total RECREATION AND TOURISM: 113.0 M

RESIDENTIAL
103. Cress Housing Corporation, New Student Housing Complex - Ave. H, Saskatoon, 3.0, 2010, 2012, 3
104. Dundee Development Corp. , The Willows Residential Development, Saskatoon, 180.0, 2003, 2012, 3, 600?620 Units
105. Lighthouse Low-Income Housing, New Assisted Living Tower 227 20th St. E., Saskatoon, 12.0, 2010, 2012, 3
106. Medican Group , New Seniors’ Condos Ruth St. & Haultain Ave., Saskatoon, 20.0, 2009, 2012, 3
107. North Ridge Development Corp., New Apartment 102 Willis Crescent, Saskatoon, 6.5, 2012, 2012, 3
108. Wolf Willow Co?Housing , New Co?Housing Condos 920 17th St. W., Saskatoon, 5.0, 2010, 2012, 3
109. BlackRock Development Ltd., New Condominium Main St. & Clarence Ave., Saskatoon, 7.0, 2012, 2013, 3
110. Remai Ventures Inc., New Condominium Complex College Dr. & Clarence Ave., Saskatoon, 10.0, 2012, 2013, 2, Construction Summer/2012
111. Remai Ventures Inc., Stonebridge Condominium Complex, Saskatoon, 10.0, 2012, 2013, 2, Construction Summer/2012
112. Ronald McDonald House, Ronald McDonald House Expansion, Saskatoon, 6.0, 2012, 2013, 2, Construction Summer/2012
113. The Lighthouse, New Residential/Retail Structure - 227 20th St. E., Saskatoon, 13.0, 2007, 2013, 2
114. Timko Developments Ltd., New Senior Condominium 110 Ruth Street, Saskatoon, 10.0, 2012, 2013, 3
Total RESIDENTIAL: 282.5 M

Total Saskatoon Projects: 3423.1 M
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25. Redcliff Realty Group, Market Mall Expansion, Saskatoon, 90.0, 2012, 2013, 3


I wonder if this $90 million includes the condo towers proposed for Market Mall a few years back, or if those condo towers are still even being considered.
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Thanks for the pics Jerry! Those Panasonics are really nice. Can't go wrong with a big zoom
I've only had mine for awhile but am really enjoying it. Technology has come a long way .

I noticed you also have a new zoom and its bigger than mine.
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First 'green bridge' approved
By David Hutton, The StarPhoenix
May 15, 2012 2:06 AM



A $2.7-million landscaped pedestrian and cycling overpass - touted as Saskatoon's first "green bridge" - will connect both sides of the Evergreen neighbourhood.

On Monday, city council approved a $330,000 contract with engineering firm Hatch Mott MacDonald to design and manage the construction of the McOrmond Drive Green Bridge.

The construction of the bridge - expected to be completed in 2013 - is estimated at $2.7 million, which is paid for through Evergreen lot sales and land development fees. [...]

Read more: http://www.thestarphoenix.com/First+...#ixzz1uwDFdJmb
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Thanks for the pics, Jerry! Saskatoon is sure looking good from here!



Anyway, like yeah! Not enough time on my hands! Seriously!! From that list (the link provided by The Bess from this forum from the other day), I’ve sorted, isolated and posted the projects located in Regina and Saskatoon in their respective forums, if anyone is interested. I did not include nearby projects, just ones listed in Regina and Saskatoon, and this list may not be comprehensive. Sorry, can’t format tables in this silly forum editor, so I’ve highlighted a couple of columns for each item listed, if that makes navigating this chart any easier!

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Hey Scruff Bucket, thanks for taking the time to do this. I'm amazed at the number of projects.
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