Come learn with us this Fall!
North Park Wilson
A Centre of Excellence through the Arts
1505 9th Ave. N. Call 683 7380
Registration Day: September 1 8:45-11:30
The Saskatoon Police Service would like to remind citizens of the importance of recording serial numbers, specifically bicycles, in order to claim lost or stolen property that has been recovered by Police through an awareness campaign called #GetMyBikeBack.
Please review the attached poster for further details.
For immediate release: July 15, 2016 – 3:48pmTU16-366
City Park residents and visitors are advised to anticipate traffic detours and parking restrictions on Queen Street, beginning Monday, July 18 for approximately two months.
Alternate access to Saskatoon City Hospital will be clearly marked and emergency vehicles will be notified in advance of changes to entry points, as the project progresses.
This coordinated approach to water distribution, sanitary sewer and road rehabilitation projects required on Queen Street will improve reliability of these services and save money. The projects and associated traffic restrictions are scheduled as follows, weather permitting and barring any unforeseen circumstances:
Monday, July 18
Water valve replacement at 9th Avenue North.
(Overnight) Sanitary sewer lining from 6th Avenue North to 8th Avenue North.
Wednesday, July 20 (8 weeks)
Water main replacement from 6th Avenue North to 8th Avenue North will occur in three phases to minimize the length of time businesses and drivers are impacted.
Road resurfacing on Queen Street from 2nd Avenue North to Spadina Crescent East will occur once all construction is completed.
Affected residents and businesses will be notified directly of any drinking water advisories, or water and sanitary sewer service interruptions with doorhangers or flyers. Visit saskatoon.ca/betterroads to learn more about this project and other road work happening this summer.
YAS will hold weekly basketball camps throughout this July and August at gyms in Saskatoon.
Everyone is invited to join, build their basketball skills, meet new friends and have lots and lots of fun at YAS summer camps.
YAS will have a camp for every level of athletic ability and playing experience in these age groups:
8 to 10
10 to 12
12 to 14
14 to 16
Each YAS camp will have a nominal registration fee with bursary assistance upon request courtesy of the Saskatchewan Community Initiatives Fund (CIF).
In addition, YAS will also offer a free camp for each age group.
Request an information package by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by calling (306) 242 – 4700
or by texting (306) 242 – 2425
Reconciliation Canada is holding an event in Saskatoon on Wednesday, June 8.
Held at the beautiful Wanuskewin Heritage Park, this free and public event features a keynote from our Ambassador, Chief Dr. Robert Joseph, along with a cultural dance and reception.
Date: Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Time: 5:00pm-7:30pm CST
Place: Outdoor Amphitheatre at Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Saskatoon, SK
Title: An Evening of Reconciliation: Keynote and Cultural Celebration
Description: On Wednesday, June 8th, we invite you to join us for an engaging evening with Chief Dr. Robert Joseph, Ambassador, Reconciliation Canada. This free and public event will include an informal reception, cultural dance and keynote from Chief Joseph.
Event page link: http://reconciliationcanada.ca/an-evening-of-reconciliation-sask/
North Park Wilson has Milk Weed Seeds for Sale! We are selling 10 seeds for $2 They will be for sale at our annual Natural Spring Garden Clean up on May 29th from 9-12. They can also be purchased by stopping in at the school office or by contacting Lee Jacobson at NPW school at 306-683-7380.
A message from the City of Saskatoon
Don’t treat household hazardous waste like garbage.
Household hazardous waste includes corrosive, flammable or poisonous materials like pesticides, automotive oil, aerosols, prescription medicine, batteries and mercury-containing items, to name a few. Putting these materials in your garbage or recycling, or pouring them down your drain, contaminates water and landfills.
For a list of places in Saskatoon that accept household hazardous materials for convenient and safe disposal during business hours, including used oil and related products, medication, loose batteries and more, visit Saskatoon.ca/WasteWizard, SaskWasteReduction.ca or call 306-975-2486.
The City of Saskatoon coordinates regular Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Days for residents to drop off items for free. In 2016, a temporary site is set up at SaskTel Centre parking lot (101 – 3515 Thatcher Avenue) from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on:
For a list of materials accepted and not accepted at Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Days, visit Saskatoon.ca/HazardousWaste.